Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 11 Issue 2


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Evidence for crossvergence in the perception of task and contextual performance: a study of Western expatriates working in Thailand

Gregory B. Fisher, Charmine E.J. Härtel

The applicability of the Western model of task and contextual performance to the context of Thai and Western managers, professionals and consultants working together in Thailand…


Comparing leadership practices between the United States, Nigeria, and Slovenia: does culture matter?

Hugo Zagorsek, Marko Jaklic, Stanley J. Stough

The article explores the impact of culture on leadership practices in three countries in culturally and economically different regions: the United States, Slovenia, and Nigeria…


Perception of managerial characteristics and organizational performance: comparative evidence from Israel, Slovenia, and the USA

Rajib N. Sanyal, Turgut Guvenli

A survey of managers in Israel, Slovenia, and the USA finds a marked similarity with respect to the characteristics and abilities managers need to contribute to organizational…


A comparative analysis of the attitudes toward women managers in the US and Poland

Joseph Tomkiewicz, Robert Frankel, Tope Adeyemi‐Bello, Mariusz Sagan

As globalization intensifies, the need for tapping the capabilities of corporations’ human resources, gecome more paramount. To this end, businesses cannot afford to have their…


Value‐based management in local public organizations: a Danish experience

John Storm Pedersen, Jacob Dahl Rendtorff

In this article the authors discuss the utility of value‐based management on the basis of the case of value‐based management in the Mayor’s office of the administration of the…




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