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Syd Zin The purpose of this study is to provide an assessment of communication practices in universities in Yemen. The impact of institutional processes, social networks, and culture on diffusion of global work values in multinational organizations Valerie Rosenblatt Previous research has documented emergence of global work values and an important function of multinational organizations MNOs in their diffusion. A new company descriptor takes us into a new era Rebecca Marsh.
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It has long been noticed that older people tend to be more religious than younger people. However, it is still disputable whether this fact should be attributed to people generally becoming more religious with age per se age effect , or However, it is still disputable whether this fact should be attributed to people generally becoming more religious with age per se age effect , or to the process of secularization, wherein earlier cohorts to which the now older people belong used to be more religious than those that appeared later, younger cohorts cohort effect.
We try to distinguish between these two effects using a multifactor model applied to World Values Survey data — and find that at least in the developed countries the age effect strongly prevails over the cohort effect.
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This finding has important implications, e. This effect is already visible in some countries, such as Japan. Dream of the Peach Blossom Spring. I wrote this short story a few years ago as an experiment in archetypal storytelling that attempts to manifest the shared cultural consciousness of Chinese civilization. This story is the result of the ten, painful years I spent in This story is the result of the ten, painful years I spent in Shanghai, in which I rose to fame as a foreign performer of Chinese opera and general culture expert, only to fall out of favor and influence through various cross-cultural difficulties and my own desire to stay true to the values of my upbringing.
The telling of this tale was transformational to my life and the lives of those around me, and helped me to move past the neurotic blockages that hampered my experience in China, and that had resulted in intense anger and disappointment. Once I told this tale, I moved on, and have not struggled with coming to terms with my experiences in China again, seeing an internal journey, rather than imposed evil or unfairness. The study investigates the effect of emotional intelligence EI of entrepreneurs on new venture creation NVC. A self-administered questionnaire is used to test the study hypothesis on a sample of Egyptian entrepreneurs.
The analysis shows that there is a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and new venture creation. There are three constructs of EI interpersonal skills, internal motivation and self-awareness , which support the creation of new ventures. The results of the empirical study are validated using demographic characteristics age and gender and the motivation of entrepreneurship necessity-driven or opportunity-driven.
The findings show that age has a moderating effect on the relationship between EI and NVC, whereas gender does not play a role in this relationship. There are differences in the relationship between emotional intelligence and new venture creation based on the motivation to engage in entrepreneurship. Production and hosting by Elsevier B. Post-Investment Monitoring. Intercultural Synergy Valuation. Most of the professionals It emphasizes the role of post-investment monitoring and intercultural synergies achievement. This monograph reveals that cultural synergy can be produced by similarities in organizations but at once by differences.
The empirical results deliver contradictory outcomes. Some inconsistent results suggest the need for further research on post-merger integration. The main goal of this book is to uncover intercultural issues that managers encountered during the post-investment phase and they should have discovered during the pre-investment phase.
Both national and organizational cultures are determinants for maximizing the intercultural synergy.
It investigates not only the outcomes and intercultural synergy but also the perception on these issues. In the area of intercultural management, this book reveals that the culture clusters make for a very helpful and strong tool. The companies that minimize the importance of post-investment monitoring expose themselves to a higher risk of failure. Negotiation and Decision Making in Mergers and Acquisitions.
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Intercultural Due Diligence. Its primary purpose is a finer view of the impact of national, organizational and professional cultures in mergers and acquisitions. The aim of this book is to provide a deeper understanding of the cultural differences in negotiation and decision-making.
With the increase of global mobility, cultural due diligence becomes more and more important. Multi-national corporations might garner a competitive advantage when they understand the importance of cultural due diligence.
Multinational companies that do not take into consideration or minimize the importance and the right content of cultural due diligence expose themselves to a higher risk of failure. The article examines the political processes of integration, in particular, the creation of the economic, cultural and political Union of the States "Shanghai cooperation organization", from the point of view of the policy of Philology, The article examines the political processes of integration, in particular, the creation of the economic, cultural and political Union of the States "Shanghai cooperation organization", from the point of view of the policy of Philology, which tasks at the present stage include the study of the viability of natural systems, including the state.
Cross-cultural grammar is considered as a system of rules of coordination of the context of the existence of the political and economic Union and national macroarchetypes of the Union member States. Special attention is drawn to the paradigmatic level of actualization of macrovariation. With an essay contribution by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. Discussion and Conclusion. Societal Systems of Capitalism. More Specific System Elements. Emic Approaches. Strengthening the Contribution from Indigenous Studies.
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Climate and National Culture in Organizations. Climate-Wealth Foundation of Organization Construction. Climato-Economic Niches of Organizational Structures. Climato-Economic Niches of Organizational Strategies. Three Tentative Conclusions. Three Remaining Puzzles. Comparing HRM around the Globe. Evidence of Convergence? Expatriate Selection. Expatriate Evaluation. Historical Development of the Diversity Management Concept. Single-Nation Diversity Management Research. Goals of Cross-Cultural Training. The Need for Cross-Cultural Training.
Historical Development of Cross-Cultural Training. Development of Cross-Cultural Training Methods. Types of CCT Programs. CCT Effectiveness. Typologies of Managerial Roles. Role Theory and Boundary Spanning Theory.
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A Contingency Approach. Areas for Future Research. Cultural Variations in Mergers and Acquisitions. Open Questions and Future Research Directions. Key features. Provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of research into cross-cultural aspects of management. Conceived and directed by editors who have been active researchers in the field of cross-cultural management for the past two decades. ISBN: Find out more.