Cultural Intelligence And Global Business Competencies: A Framework For Organizational Effectiveness In The Global Marketplace

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Carole Ann Creque
Doreen J. Gooden


Cultural Intelligence, Global Business Competencies, Organizational Effectiveness


This paper proposes that cultural intelligence and global business competencies are vital to organizations as they seek to achieve success in the global marketplace. Adler (2001) suggests that because of the diversity of the global workforce cultural barriers may exist resulting in misunderstanding and thus inefficient interactions. Organizations will, therefore, have to understand the cultural foundation of the environment within which they operate in order to achieve organizational success.


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