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Diamataris, Panagiotis
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2022-07-05T10:13:58Z
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2022-07-05T10:13:58Z
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2022-07-05
dc.identifier.uri
https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/29988
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Cultural barriers
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Multinational projects
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dc.title
Cultural Barriers in Multinational Project’s Management
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masterThesis
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panosdiamataris@gmail.com
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2022-06-19
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Science and Technology, MSC in Energy and Finance
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2022-06-19
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Because of economic progress and globalization, many businesses expand their operations internationally during periods of fast growth. For most international corporations, managing worldwide projects with team members spread across numerous time zones and nationalities has become the standard. There are numerous benefits to working on global projects as a project manager, director, or part of a project team, including the ability to work around the clock, pooling the finest talent from throughout the organization, and leveraging regional experience for localization efforts. At the same time, the potential for problems grows. Multinational companies are forced to apply a complex process of management and organization of their human resources in order to coordinate their activities internationally, in light of the cultural dimensions. The cultural dimension refers to the basic elements that characterize a people, such as culture, language, and religion. Cultural differences can create barriers for a business that believes it can apply the same management practices everywhere, but they can also be competitive advantages if recognized and adapted appropriately. This paper attempts through the bibliographic review to outline the issue of cultural barriers to the management of multinational projects.
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Folinas, Dimitris
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Folinas, Dimitris
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Achillas, Charisios
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Martinopoulos, Georgios
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IHU
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ihu
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