This book focuses upon the problems and solutions encountered by two primary sets of people involved in the transfer of technical knowledge: foreign consultants and host country counterparts. It presents an approach to many of the cross-cultural theories common to the transfer of knowledge. .
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Theoretical Foundations 3. The Ideal 4. Project Descriptions : Jratunseluna, Bengawan Solo, and Third Culture Contexts 5. Transfer of Knowledge Programs 6. Factors in the Transfer of Technical Knowledge: Constraint, Mitigation, and Discrepancy 7. Research, Theory, and Practice