Project management control within a multicultural setting
There is a growing debate and research stream on the influence of national culture on the type and nature of management control systems (MCSs) used by organizations in the country. A specific case is the management control of projects executed in a multicultural international environment. The purpose of this paper is to describe the findings of a study into the role of national cultures in controlling a project which
a multinational undertook in four countries.
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|Andre de Waal and Freke de Boer
|Journal of Strategy and Management