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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)

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    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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    Article provided by Economic Publishing House in its journal Management & Marketing.

    Volume (Year): 6 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 1 (Spring)

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    Handle: RePEc:eph:journl:v:6:y:2011:i:1:n:6
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