Cross-Cultural Management: Practice and Research
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edited by Neelu Rohmetra
Founding Director of International Centre for Cross-Cultural Research and Human Resource, University of Jammu
Assistant Professor of Business Studies, University of Jammu
This volume focuses on issues such as competencies, communication, tacit knowledge, entrepreneurial attitudes across cultures, multicultural work teams, and models of organizational learning and ‘crossvergence’. In a day and age wherein the need to appreciate cross-cultural perspectives and orientations is increasingly seen as indispensable and wherein globalization and emerging markets have added to the challenges of working in a multicultural environment, it is necessary to be aware of these challenges and the willingness to view them positively. Presented in the form of empirical research contributed by scholars from emerging economies such as India, China, Pakistan, South Africa, and Taiwan, this volume will appeal to researchers, academicians and practitioners of behaviour and culture management.
Parvez Abdulla • Richa Awasthy • Ekta Chauhan • Shu-Cheng Chi • Sylvie Chevrier • Martin Glisby • Abhishek Goel • Rajen K. Gupta • Nigel Holden • Sheeny Jain • Fiona Jeelani • Zeenaz Elizabeth Jeelani • Jakob Lauring • Mai Skjøtt Linneberg • Anisa Manzoor • Irena Marinko • Wolfgang Mayrhofer • Parvez A. Mir • Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi • Kelly Z. Peng • Noreen Saher • Gaurav Sehgal • Anup Kumar Singh • Freddy Svane • Neharika Vohra • Ching-Wen Wang • Chi-Sum Wong • Xiaojian Wu