Interpretive Cross-Case Analysis


The reader is now familiar with the five cases studied in Nigeria and South Africa. Chapter 5 has pointed out the characteristics of these cases and given an idea of the environment, within which they are set.


Team Member Social Responsibility Power Distance Interpersonal Skill Uncertainty Avoidance 
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