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Madeleine Bausch currently works as a research assistant and PhD student at the Chair for Intercultural Communication, Universität Passau. Madeleine does research in Cross-Cultural Management and Intercultural Communication. Her current PhD project is 'Cross-Cultural Transfer of Quality Management Practices in German multinational companies in Brazil'.
January 2019 - January 2019
- One-week Erasmus teaching stay and visit to the course coordination of the Franco-German Double master’s in international Cultural and Business Studies. Lectures in the courses "German History" and "Cross-cultural Communication“.
August 2018 - September 2019
- Three-week teaching stay at the Faculty of Economic Studies, courses: international management, cross-cultural business challenges in Latin America, Negocios I; teaching language: English and Spanish
Multinational companies transfer managerial practices such as quality management globally. Studies from different perspectives have examined cultural, institutional, and organizational challenges in practice transfer, however, little is known about the micro-processes of intercultural transfer, especially in complex cultural settings as Brazil. Int...
As a border-transcending discipline, the advancement of international management research depends on collaboration between scholars, universities, and nations to account for the diversity and complexity of management phenomena. Yet, relatively little is known about how international management has evolved as a field of research. We address this gap...
Book review by Peter McGee University of London, UK. Citation: McGee, P. (2021). Constructive intercultural management: Integrating cultural differences successfully (a review). Training, Language and Culture, 5(3), 100-102. DOI: 10.22363/2521-442X-2021-5-3-100-102
The transfer of management practices in multinational companies has been discussed as a central topic in international business. Research has mainly focused on the challenges associated with transfer processes, but little is known about facilitating factors in cross-cultural transfer, even less in emerging markets. Based on a single case study of a...
This textbook comprises an innovative companion for cross-cultural management classes, demonstrating how organizations can deal with cultural differences successfully. Providing a constructive and positive lens into the multifaceted world of interculturality, the authors illustrate the multiple benefits associated with cultural diversity in the fas...
La recherche en management interculturel comprend une variété de disciplines et de spécialités, impliquant un éventail divers de thématiques, paradigmes et méthodes de recherche. En l’absence d’une analyse systématique de l'évolution de ces aspects, cet article trace une carthographie de 614 articles publiés sur 15 ans (entre 2001 et 2016) dans deu...
Success factors in the international transfer of quality management practices at Liebherr.
Cross-cultural management (CCM) research comprises a variety of disciplines with different thematic, paradigmatic, and methodological assumptions. Since there has been no systematic analysis of the development of topics, paradigms, and methods, this article draws a landscape of these analyzing 777 articles published in two leading journals between...
The goal of the PhD project is to examine the dynamics of culture in international knowledge and practice transfer of quality management between Germany and Brazil. Methodolgy: Multiple qualitative case studies in three German multinational companies in Brazil
The research project aims to understand and compare the structural composition and functioning of urban innovation ecosystems. The city and the regional environment represent a decisive context. The comparative study of Munich and Montreal allows us to draw a cross-culturally enriching perspective. The following questions are in the foreground: What characteristics can be identified for innovation ecosystems? What are the similarities and differences? Which private and public actors (e.g. organisations, institutions, investors, customers) play a role?