Cross-Cultural Quality Improvement: Should the Focus Depend on Cultural Characteristics and Team Orientation?

January 15, 2001
In this paper by Cristina B. Gibson, the hypothesis that quality improvement efforts should be congruent with the level of field independence in a given cultural context and corresponding team quality orientations was examined.

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