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A Study on the Relationship between Internationalisation and Competitiveness in Asian Companies: Cross Cultural Team’s Efficiency and their Role in Telecommunications Standardisation

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  • Gonsa, Osvaldo

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Do cross-cultural teams working for Chinese MNEs have a significant impact on their R&D and Standards efforts to keep and increase their competitiveness? Are cross-cultural teams beneficial for the Asian companies? In which terms do they find the work with Westerners positive or negative?

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  • Gonsa, Osvaldo, 2013. "A Study on the Relationship between Internationalisation and Competitiveness in Asian Companies: Cross Cultural Team’s Efficiency and their Role in Telecommunications Standardisation," Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, Hochschule Kempten - University of Applied Sciences, Professional School of Business & Technology, vol. 2, pages 1-16.
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