Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 14 Issue 2


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Islamic work ethic in Kuwait

Abbas J. Ali, Ali A. Al‐Kazemi

To investigation the centrality of islamic work ethic (IWE) in the lives of managers in Kuwait and provide a useful insight into the nature of work environment and organizational…


Communication openness, conflict events and reactions to conflict in culturally diverse workgroups

Oluremi B. Ayoko

This research paper aims to advance the understanding of the circumstances under which diversity may be beneficial or detrimental for quality group process. Especially, the paper…


Cross‐cultural management: six perspectives

Rodrigue Fontaine

Different researchers look at cross‐cultural management from different perspective. By identifying six perspectives, this study aims to help researchers identify lacuna and helps…


The cultural value of resilience: the Singapore case study

Patrick Low Kim Cheng

The purpose of this paper is to highlight that Singaporeans are adopting the value of continuous effort and being resilient. Several explanations are put forth on why Singaporeans…


Cultural distance asymmetry in expatriate adjustment

Jan Selmer, Randy K. Chiu, Oded Shenkar

The current literature implicitly assumes a symmetric impact of cultural distance (CD) on expatriate adjustment. By using distance as a predictor of adjustment, the literature has…


Service quality assessment: a comparison of Turkish and German bank customers

Ugur Yavas, Martin Benkenstein

The study first seeks to determine the underlying configurations of service quality perceptions between Turkish and German bank customers and then tries to ascertain the extent of…




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