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Terence Jackson
Cross-cultural management and organizational scholar, interested in the contribution of knowledge from the South, and a focus on sub-Saharan Africa
Cross-cultural management and organizational scholar, interested in the contribution of knowledge from the South, and a focus on sub-Saharan Africa
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  Guest blog post by Henriett Primecz, Jasmin Mahadevan and Laurence Romani         This is an abridged version of an editorial for a Special Issue International Journal of Cross Cultural Management  on Power in Critical Cross-cultural Management Studies,…

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I’ve come to the conclusion that prevailing concepts of culture often used in cross-cultural management scholarship are rather bland. Let me explain. Over the last few years, as a cross-cultural management specialist and one who has focused on sub-Saharan…

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Planning Firstly, grab a free copy of Xmind and get mind mapping. But it’s more than just a mind-mapping tool. You can connect articles to nodes as you build up your reading and conceptual model as you design your project or write your article. It can…

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Modernization theory in international management studies and the role of cross-cultural management scholarship

‘Autocracy is better than democracy’. How many cross-cultural management scholars would agree with this? Yet why should democracy be an aim of modern societies? Are there not other routes to societal development? And, as an ideal, how democratic are our…

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I recently examined (as an external examiner) a PhD candidate. I thought it would be interesting as the title suggested it was about leadership in Africa. Yet, it turned out to be an investigation of the efficacy of three leadership styles in relation to…

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I’m not sure if this is really possible, but apart from the waffle in this post, there is some good advice for PhD students

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Why is the qualitative/quantitative dichotomy problematic? This post looks at some of the issues.

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This is one blogger I really like. A lesson in blogging to all of us. This post is useful to new researchers (and more experienced ones), when it comes to: what to do with our data?

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Human Rights and Cross-cultural Management

Cross-cultural management scholars question the universalism of management universals, yet ignore wider assumed societal universals that impact their work.
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