By Martine Cardel Gertsen, A. Søderberg, M. Zølner
Deals qualitative reviews of collaboration strategies performed in globalising businesses dependent in Denmark and with subsidiaries in Asia. It addresses the explicit contexts of collaboration and reports how individuals with various cultural backgrounds interact, either face-to-face and within the digital office.
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