The effect of management skills and culture on the internationalization of Indian companies
What is it about?
Ambidextrous leadership is a key factor in the success of emerging market firms’ venturing into advanced economies, and it affected by cultural factors. This paper examines Indian companies, which are increasingly recognized for their ambidexterity, and aims to explain this phenomenon by using Indian cultural dimensions, and to explain Indian internationalization success.
Why is it important?
The paper is important as it relates to Indian companies that are very substantial in number, it provides a paradigm that may be applicable to others e.g. Chinese, and it explains how success of such companies in developed markets (USA, EU etc.) can be achieved.
The following have contributed to this page: Professor Alkis Thrassou and Demetris Vrontis
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