This series provides high quality research monographs and edited volumes that examine key issues in cross-cultural management such as workplace diversity, varieties of capitalism, comparative national performance, international joint ventures, and transnational negotiations. The series encompasses multidisciplinary perspectives and is aimed at an academic readership. The purpose of the series is to provide a global academic forum for the study of cross-cultural management.
By Charles P. Chen
July 28, 2006
This book is concerned with trainee professionals and their search for meaning through the determined and creative pursuit of a cross-cultural career transition. Adopting a qualitative research framework, the book describes the career experience of professional trainees from non-Western cultures ...
By Dean Tjosvold, Kwok Leung
November 29, 2016
Academics worldwide need empirically developed, concise ideas to make their cross-cultural teams and organizations productive. This invaluable reference tool provides an essential resource for academics to develop their understanding and professional practice in working across cultural boundaries....
By Fiona Moore
January 28, 2005
This volume explores how the idea of 'culture' is used and exploited by transnational managers to further their own ambitions and their companies' strategies for expansion. It thus provides a more complex picture of culture than has previously been presented in business studies, in that it deals ...