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
Planning Firstly, grab a free copy of Xmind and get mind mapping. But it’s more than just a mind-mapping tool. You can connect articles to
One thing I’ve noticed over the years of editing a journal, and reading scholarly management articles, is the lack of passion in the work. Very
The publication of Kriz, Gummesson and Quazi’s (2014) ‘Methodology meets culture: Guanxi-oriented research in China’ in International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 14(1) is timely.
I first started asking this question some years ago (1998 to be precise) after reading Noel Mostert’s Frontiers (1992, London: Jonathan Cape), a very comprehensive
I’m delivering the opening presentation at the Annual conference of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management (IACCM) at Rotterdam School of Management on