In cross-cultural management studies the relationship between nationality and culture is not a simple one. After reviewing the book by Jasmin Mahadevan, Henriett Primecz, Laurence
When I search Google on the term ‘cultural intelligence’ I get about 2,320,000,000 results. On Google Scholar I get 3,820,000. Over the last twenty years
The problem with cross-cultural management scholars engaging with a contemporary issue such as war in Europe is not just the relevance of cross-cultural management scholarship, it is a question of its fit for purpose. Firstly, is it relevant for specialists in cross-cultural management to engage with issues of war? Should we not leave it to political scientists or international relations specialists? Do we have any skills that we can offer? Surely we know a lot about international and cross-cultural conflict management.
It is some years since the inception of our project Chinese Organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Dynamics, New Synergies. After failed attempts to get UK
Cross-cultural management scholarship is multi-paradigmatic in nature. Rather than trying to shift paradigms we should be focusing on shifting narratives as an end product of our research.
There are huge gaps in cross-cultural management scholarship. This may stem from a narrow and conservative perspective of the meaning of ‘culture’. It may be