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Repatriation Readjustment of International Managers: An Empirical Analysis of HRD Interventions.
Purpose – With increasing interest in overseas business expansion, particularly in the Asia‐Pacific region, expatriate management, including repatriation readjustmenst, has become a criticalExpand
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Antecedents and Consequences of Social Network Characteristics for Expatriate Adjustment and Performance in Overseas Assignments: Implications for HRD
In this conceptual article, the literature on expatriate social network and its relationships to adjustment and performance in overseas assignments have been reviewed exhaustively. By identifyingExpand
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Developing Expatriates for the Asia-Pacific Region: A Comparative Analysis of Multinational Enterprise Managers from Five Countries across Three Continents. [and] Invited Reaction: Developing
Expatriate development has become a critical issue for multinational enterprises (MNEs). There is substantial empirical research on expatriate management in the West but little on Asia, andExpand
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The Love of Money and Pay Level Satisfaction: Measurement and Functional Equivalence in 29 Geopolitical Entities around the World
Demonstrating the equivalence of constructs is a key requirement for cross-cultural empirical research. The major purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how to assess measurement and functionalExpand
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The Effects of Spiritual Intelligence and its Dimensions on Organizational Citizenship Behaviour
Purpose: Organizational citizenship behaviour may exist among employees who have inner feelings of having better work experiences by using their spiritual experiences, and also to nurture these byExpand
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Human Resource Development in Asia – Thriving on dynamism & change: Reflections from 2006 Asian HRD conference
Abstract This article discusses the experiences of the conference management team and the host (Universiti Putra Malaysia -UPM) of the Fifth Asian Conference of the Academy of Human ResourceExpand
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Knowledge sharing behaviors among non academic staff of higher learning institutions
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This paper aims to develop and combined an understanding of the antecedents of knowledge sharing behavior among the non-academic staff of different higher learning institutions in Malaysia. Expand
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Trust and work place spirituality on knowledge sharing behaviour: Perspective from non-academic staff of higher learning institutions
Purpose – This empirical research aims to, to add value in the existing research on knowledge sharing, investigate the antecedents of knowledge-sharing behaviour by embedding trust and workplaceExpand
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Cross-cultural training, expatriate self-efficacy, and adjustments to overseas assignments: an empirical investigation of managers in Asia.
Abstract This paper presents the findings of an empirical study that investigated the relationship between cross-cultural training (CCT) effectiveness, self-efficacy, and adjustment of expatriateExpand
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Influence of culture on negotiation styles of Asian managers: An empirical study of major cultural/ethnic groups in Singapore
This article reports findings from a cross-cultural study that systematically examined the relationship between negotiation styles and cultures of Asian managers. In contrast to most of the priorExpand
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