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This research investigates the impact of culture, leadership, and power on staff motivation in selected international organizations (IOs) and develops a theoretical framework to assist with the practice of workforce motivation. Utilizing critical theory as a paradigm of inquiry, the study's philosophical perspective leans heavily on "phenomenology." Concern for understanding the cultural aspect led to the result of utilizing critical ethnography methodology. Moreover, three qualitative methodsdoi:10.1177/2158244019864199 fatcat:6ztzu6rvzrgyla7qkb6g3lblka