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Riding the waves of culture
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National Culture and the Values of Organizational Employees
The values of 8,841 managers and organization employees from 43 countries were surveyed. The range of nations included paralleled many of those surveyed by Hofstede (1980) but added also substantialExpand
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Content validity, construct validity, and reliability of the WHOQOL-Bref in a population of Dutch adult psychiatric outpatients
In this study, the psychometric properties of a quality of life scale, the WHOQOL-Bref, were examined in a population of 533 Dutch adult psychiatric outpatients. Participants underwent twoExpand
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Resolving International Conflict: Culture and Business Strategy
To minimise conflict between cultures, you must first analyse - measure even - the differences between them. That is the starting point for the third 1996 Stockton Lecture, reproduced here. TheExpand
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The Rotter Locus of Control Scale in 43 Countries : A Test of Cultural Relativity
A databank of 9140 responses to the Rotter (1966) locus of control scale was analyzed, using multidimensional scaling techniques. Respondents were employees in business organizations in 43 countries.Expand
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Response to Geert Hofstede
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Marketing Across Cultures
Introduction: Marketing across cultures. 1. Marketing in a multicultural and changing world. 2. Cultural differences in a marketing context: value dimensions. 3. Cultural differences in a marketingExpand
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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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Human resource management in Europe: evidence from ten countries
The subject of human resource management (HRM) and its development has been much contested in the literature. Most of the relevant theories originated in the United States of America. There is in theExpand
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A new framework for managing change across cultures
A new paradigm for the management of change is proposed. Most existing frameworks tend to want to discard the current situation in favour of a new corporate culture, thus discarding the best of whatExpand
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