Predictors of Japanese and American Managers Job Success, Personal Adjustment, and Intercultural Interaction Effectiveness

@inproceedings{Clarke1995PredictorsOJ,
  title={Predictors of Japanese and American Managers Job Success, Personal Adjustment, and Intercultural Interaction Effectiveness},
  author={Clifford J. Clarke and Clinton R. Van Zandt},
  year={1995}
}
Introduction While Da Cadamosto describes what appears to be a rather "successful" multi-cultural business exchange, its strategy for current international business activities clearly is of historical interest only. Today, cross-cultural business practices and global markets are not only increasingly important to the "bottom line" of multinational corporations (MNC's) (Schnapper 1979), but fraught with a variety of "intercultural" difficulties (Hammer 1984). Work by Early (1987), Harris and… CONTINUE READING

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