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In recent years, with the increase in globalization and diversity in the workplace, cross cultural management has become an important element of organizational life. To better understand this phenomenon, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal is dedicated to providing a forum for the exchange of cross cultural management research. The journal seeks to be the preferred outlet for high-quality multicultural research. The journal accepts both qualitative and quantitative work that increases our overall knowledge of cross cultural management.
Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal seeks to be the leading source of research on multicultural management issues. The journal addresses cross cultural management from all management angles. The journal welcomes contributions addressing intracultural, intercultural and transcultural management issues.
Since its inception Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal has brought together academics throughout the world and provided a forum for the exchange of ideas and advancement of knowledge with regards to cross cultural management. Starting in 2007, the journal's new Editorial Board has assembled leading scholars throughout the world. This new addition to Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal will bring expertise and visibility to the journal.
Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal is essential reading for both international academics, students in management, psychology and other related fields, as well as practitioners who want to better understand the latest developments in the realm of cross culture management.
Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal particularly encourages academics, researchers, senior executives and consultants with an interest in cross cultural management to share their research, experience, knowledge, and practices with an international audience.
Culture can be analyzed from a country, language, religion, value, ethical and/or many other areas of study as a frame of reference. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal seeks well-written interdisciplinary multicultural articles that focus on any of these key references. Coverage includes, but is not limited to:
CCM currently includes an Executive Corner - where senior executives in top companies share their experiences of cross cultural managment.
Cross Cultural Management is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Business, Management & Strategy eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald Business, Management & Strategy eJournals Collection page.
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