publication . Book . Doctoral thesis . 2008

Multinational Teams in European and American Companies

Numic, Aida;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers
  • Country: Austria
Abstract
Incorporating team context into research and practice concerning team effectiveness in multinational organizations still remains an ongoing challenge. The purpose of this dissertation was to explore the influence of industry, corporate culture, structure, strategy and task characteristics on MNTs in business organizations and to develop a more comprehensive framework connecting the internal dynamics with contextual aspects of MNTs functioning in companies in Europe and the USA. The study was conducted in an Austrian (VA TECH), a German (Henkel) and an American company (K&M International). Forty-two problem-centered interviews were conducted with 22 team members ...
Subjects
free text keywords: American, Companies, Corporate Strategy, Corporate Structure, European, Hajro, Interkulturelles Management, Multinational, Multinational Teams, Multinationales Unternehmen, Teams, Teamwork, KJVG, RVK QV 578, company / organizational structure / intercultural management / team work /, ddc:330
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publication . Book . Doctoral thesis . 2008

Multinational Teams in European and American Companies

Numic, Aida;