Multi-national Project Culture and Communications: A Case Study
Using a dual case study research method power distance attribute culture implication on project communications is explored.
||Project, Management, Culture
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.31-40.
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Morgan Henrie, PhD, PMP is a doctoral graduate from Old Dominion University where is area of research interest is multi-national project teams. He is a certified Project Management PRofessional, holds a Master of Science Degree in Project Management and undergraduate degrees in Electronic Engineering and TEchnolgy Management. Dr. Henrie is the PResident of MH Consulting which provides project management and business management consultation,internationally, to the oil and gas industry as well as the telecommunication industry. Dr. Henrie is als a Research Assistant Professor of Logistics at the University of Alaska Anchorage College of Business and Public Policy Logistics Department.
Dr. Oliver Hedgepeth is Chair of the Logistics Department and Assistant Professor of Logistics in the College of Business and Public Policy at the University of Alaska Anchorage. His interests are in the management of business logistics, project management, RFID technology applications, measurement systems, and neural networks. He earned his Ph.D. from Old Dominion University in Engineering Management, and has worked 28 years with the U.S Army as a civilian analyst developing computer models, war games, and artificial intelligence applications for logistics and weapon systems. He is an active on-call principal investigator for AT&T, and lecturer and consultant to European and Asian logistics companies. He worked for five years with GRCI and AT&T as a principle investigator of logistics technology systems.
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