Putting the Global in Global Work : An Intercultural Lens on the Practice of Cross-National Collaboration

@inproceedings{Hinds2012PuttingTG,
  title={Putting the Global in Global Work : An Intercultural Lens on the Practice of Cross-National Collaboration},
  author={Pamela Hinds and Lei Liu and J. Lyon},
  year={2012}
}
Collaboration across national boundaries has become increasingly prevalent over the last decade, yet the management literature remains remarkably unhelpful in answering questions about what happens when people across nations and cultures work closely together. We review the management literature that reports empirical studies of global work and conclude that few of these studies, despite their explicit focus on globally distributed work, ∗Corresponding author. Email: phinds@stanford.edu The… CONTINUE READING
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