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Applying cognitive adjustment theory to cross-cultural training for global virtual teams

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BRANDL, Julia, Anne-Katrin NEYER, 2009. Applying cognitive adjustment theory to cross-cultural training for global virtual teams. In: Human Resource Management. 48(3), pp. 341-353

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