18 pages tagged "cross-cultural management"
How to address your teacher?
Documents large differences between countries in the way students normally expect to address their teachers.
Cross-cultural and language resources
Anne-Wil's choice of resources relating to cross-cultural management and language
Managing expatriates' identity: subtle desire, big impact
Highlights the key findings of the exciting work on ethnic identity and expatriation by one of my former PhD students Shea Fan
Expatriation and international jobs
Anne-Wil's choice of resources relating to expatriation and working internationally
Working in the UK
Anne-Wil's reflections on working in the United Kingdom
Living and working abroad
Landing page for resources related to living and working abroad
Anne-Wil's take on British culture: humour, indirectness, informality, patience, friendliness, and politeness
Explaining culture shock and how to deal with it
The double-edged sword of ethnic similarity
Introduces Shea Fan's work on ethnic identity confirmation in a Chinese host context
How to manage multi-lingual teams?
Discusses Helene Tenzer's exciting research about the challenges of multi-lingual teamwork
Managing Expatriates in China: A Language and Identity Perspective
Full information about our research monograph in the Palgrave Studies in Chinese Management series
The importance of context in International Business
A critical analysis of the use of cultural distance in international business
Should we distance ourselves from the cultural distance concept?
Argues IB research would do well to reconsider its fascination with distance measures
Out now: International Human Resource Management, 5th Edition
Introducing the 5th edition of my textbook International Human Resource Management
Landing page for a range of external resources
Why is learning the host country language important for expatriates?
A new online paper on the impact of host country language learning on expatriate local relationships in China
How you see me, How you don't
Does ethnic similarity help or hinder in the relationship between expats and locals: a conceptual framework based on self-verification theory
The benefits of being understood
Introducing Shea Fan's work on the role of ethnic identity confirmation in the relationship between expatriates and host country employees in China
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