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Article Dans Une Revue MIR: Management International Review Année : 2006

Intercultural Learning in Global Teams


This case study research combines qualitative and quantitative data in order to answer the critical question, how is intercultural competence developed and spread in a multinational company? This study also suggests that the link between the existence of global teams and the performance of an international company is indirect: global teams help to develop intercultural competencies; they, in turn, contribute to performance. Intercultural interaction among the employees of a company, especially within global teams, provides the highest learning potential for intercultural competence. Long-time interaction, care and conflict characterize global teams. These characteristics permit learning to result from intercultural interaction.
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hal-03566013 , version 1 (11-02-2022)



Anne Bartel-Radic. Intercultural Learning in Global Teams. MIR: Management International Review, 2006, 46 (6), pp.647-678. ⟨10.1007/s11575-006-0121-7⟩. ⟨hal-03566013⟩
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