The application of learning theories to improve cross-cultural training programs in MNCs

@article{Lenartowicz2014TheAO,
  title={The application of learning theories to improve cross-cultural training programs in MNCs},
  author={T. Lenartowicz and J. Johnson and Robert Konopaske},
  journal={The International Journal of Human Resource Management},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={1697 - 1719}
}
Cultural intelligence and intercultural competence are concepts that have been identified as antecedents for success in global management, and both depend on the acquisition of cultural knowledge. However, although a lack of cultural knowledge is cited in the international management literature as a frequent source of failure in expatriate assignments, there is scant research about how cultural knowledge is created and diffused within organizations. We cite evidence that cross-cultural training… Expand
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