International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 4, Part B (2018)
Expatriate cross cultural training: A conceptual study
This paper contributes to the existing literature through the assessment of remedies and proposals for research future. By doing so, this research also aims to boost the knowledge and the seriousness of these issues. Given the broad range of the research focus, this research is limited in its comprehensiveness. The range covered in the study of organizations comes from so many disciplines that it is virtually impossible to think simultaneously about the large number of problems and research strategies. The findings of this research imply that despite several decades of development, meaningful cross cultural training research continues to remain an extremely difficult task. Theoretically, the field has yet to be capable of objectively explaining cultural inferences on organizational behaviour. Methodologically, although in some aspects of the problems may be solvable.
How to cite this article:
Latha R, Dr. H Prakash. Expatriate cross cultural training: A conceptual study. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(4):134-137.