SYMPOSIUM - NEW TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL AND MULTICULTURAL MANAGEMENT - The Distinction between Stable and Dynamic Cross-cultural Competencies: Implications for Expatriate Trainability
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Journal of international business studies : JIBS ; a publication of the Academy of International Business and the Western Business School. - Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, ISSN 0047-2506, ZDB-ID 410609x. - Vol. 30.1999, 4, p. 709-726
Leiba-O'Sullivan, Sharon, (1999)
Contextual Factors in the Success of Reduced-Load Work Arrangements among Managers and Professionals - The purpose of this study was to consider the role of contextual factors, particularly those related to HR policies and practices, in the success of eighty-two professionals and managers working on a reduced-load basis. Results revealed agreement among senior managers, co-workers, direct reports, ...
Lee, Mary Dean, (2002)
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