Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 22 Issue 2


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Culture in Angola: insights for human resources management

Maria Rita Silva, Helena Cristina Roque, António Caetano

The purpose of this paper is to describe the cultural values – how things should be – and the cultural practices – how things are – of Angolan society. The authors expected to…


Societal values and individual values in reward allocation preferences

Jesse E. Olsen

Prior research suggests that cultural values affect individuals’ preferences in whether work rewards (i.e. pay and benefits) are allocated according to rules based on equity…


Assessing the cultural intelligence and task performance equation: Mediating role of cultural adjustment

Jeevan Jyoti, Sumeet Kour

Organizations in India are multicultural in nature. In this context, cultural intelligence is a tool, which can increase an individual’s ability to interact with people outside…


Do different national samples yield similar dimensions of national culture?

Michael Minkov, Michael Harris Bond, Vesselin Blagoev

Cross-national studies of employees’ values and beliefs have extracted dimensions of national culture from diverse samples of employees. The purpose of this paper is to find out…


National cultural values, sustainability beliefs, and organizational initiatives

Jasmine Tata, Sameer Prasad

Organizations are implementing sustainability initiatives in different countries with varied socio-cultural systems. The literature on sustainability, however, does not present a…


A context-specific model of organizational trust: An examination of cognitive and socio-affective trust determinants in unique cultural settings

Carvell N. McLeary, Paula A. Cruise

Employee trust research has been criticized for restricted theoretical conceptualization, limited contextual application and low replication of measures in organizational studies…




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