Research on the impact of oneʼs self-perception of voice on their willingness to take part in organizations collaboration has recently been empirically demonstrated. However, in the context of larger, global organizations, research has yet to determine the importance of voice and collaboration. Moreover, the failure to account for influences such as globalization warrants revisiting theoretical explanations of voice and collaboration. This manuscript proposes a new model merging cultural theory and the work on voice and collaboration to describe how global organizations seek to develop a structure and attract personnel that will collaborate to make decisions towards the organizationʼs preferred outcome and ensuing behaviors.
Lau, F. and Williams, A.M. (2015), "Connecting the dots: Integrating and reinventing cultural theory, voice and collaboration", International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior, Vol. 18 No. 3, pp. 333-358. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOTB-18-03-2015-B004Download as .RIS
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