Why cultural differences aren’t responsible for bad bosses and employees Missouri business professor, Arthur Jago, has demonstrated that we make way too much of culture as a force behind an employee’s— and by extension, a leader’s— behavior. In his recent paper, published in European Management Journal, Jago revisits data gathered from 14 countries. Are Hofstede’s..
Paper: Cultural Intelligence and Offshore Outsourcing Success: A Framework of Firm-Level Intercultural Capability Abstract: This article discusses the importance of firm-level cultural intelligence in the context of international business ventures such as offshoring. We identify the recent movement toward global delivery models in offshoring ventures as the strategic imperative for offshoring partners to acquire and..