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Relationship Between Organizational Culture And Cultural Intelligence


  • Agnes BALOGH

    (University of Pannonia Egyetem u 10., Veszprém, Hungary)

  • Zoltán GAÁL

    (University of Pannonia Veszprém, Hungary)

  • Lajos SZABÓ

    (University of Pannonia Veszprém, Hungary)


This article examines one of the key competences of the 21st century, cultural intelligence. In our empirical research studies, we examined the cultural intelligence of full-time university students. We identified the corporate culture they would like to work in, and also examined if there is a correlation between their cultural intelligence and their preference for a particular corporate culture. We found that the majority of student would prefer to be employed in a Clan-type corporate culture. We also identified a correlation between their preferred corporate cultural and their cultural intelligence and its components. Students with a high degree of cultural intelligence would like to work in an adhocracy.

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  • Agnes BALOGH & Zoltán GAÁL & Lajos SZABÓ, 2011. "Relationship Between Organizational Culture And Cultural Intelligence," Management & Marketing, Economic Publishing House, vol. 6(1), Spring.
  • Handle: RePEc:eph:journl:v:6:y:2011:i:1:n:6

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