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The Cultural Diversity of German Companies' Executive Boards and the Success of Their Internationalisation
British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade
The sociocultural composition of executive boards has a long-term relevance for the success of their companies and their organisation's internationalisation. Companies must weigh the possible advantages of having employees from different cultural backgrounds against possible inefficiencies caused by cultural misunderstandings. Using on Upper Echelon theory and Social Capital theory we hypothesised that cultural diversity has a positive effect on internationalisation success. We used the "Blaudoi:10.9734/bjemt/2014/9144 fatcat:bthrhyngxvc2lfa6zxp37sgq7y