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A CHARMING SUBJECT FOR MANAGEMENT SCHOLARS: CULTURE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS

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In this study, culture, which has been a charming subject for management scholars, will be examined in terms of pioneer studies, dimensions of culture, universality of management theories and its relationship with international human resources management, leadership, and organization structure. The study, as a descriptive one, will be concluded with some suggestions for future studies on the subject.
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Bu çalısmada, yönetim alanında çalısan bilim adamları için cezbedici bir arastırma konusu olarak, kültür; öncü çalısmalar, kültür boyutları, yönetim teorilerinin evrenselliği, uluslararası insan kaynakları ile liderlik ve organizasyon yapısı ile iliskileri bağlamında incelenmistir. Tanımlayıcı bir çalısma olan eser, gelecekte konu üzerine yapılacak arastırmalar için bazı önerilerle sonuçlandırılmaktadır.

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