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Managing knowledge transfer in MNCs: The impact of headquarters control mechanisms
I Björkman, W Barner-Rasmussen, L Li
Journal of international business studies 35 (5), 443-455, 2004
9212004
The multinational corporation as a multilingual organization: The notion of a common corporate language
R Fredriksson, W Barner‐Rasmussen, R Piekkari
Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 2006
3842006
Cultural and language skills as resources for boundary spanning within the MNC
W Barner-Rasmussen, M Ehrnrooth, A Koveshnikov, K Mäkelä
Journal of International Business Studies 45 (7), 886-905, 2014
2512014
Rating versus ranking: What is the best way to reduce response and language bias in cross-national research?
AW Harzing, J Baldueza, W Barner-Rasmussen, C Barzantny, A Canabal, ...
International business review 18 (4), 417-432, 2009
1882009
Shifting the faultlines of language: A quantitative functional-level exploration of language use in MNC subsidiaries
W Barner-Rasmussen, C Aarnio
Journal of World Business 46 (3), 288-295, 2011
1832011
Language fluency, socialization and inter-unit relationships in Chinese and Finnish subsidiaries
W Barner-Rasmussen, I Björkman
Management and Organization Review 3 (1), 105-128, 2007
1742007
Surmounting interunit barriers factors associated with interunit communication intensity in the multinational corporation
W Barner-Rasmussen, I Björkman
International Studies of Management & Organization 35 (1), 28-46, 2005
1292005
Standardization and contextualization: A study of language and leadership across 17 countries
L Zander, AI Mockaitis, AW Harzing, J Baldueza, W Barner-Rasmussen, ...
Journal of World Business 46 (3), 296-304, 2011
1072011
Determinants of the feedback-seeking behaviour of subsidiary top managers in multinational corporations
W Barner-Rasmussen
International Business Review 12 (1), 41-60, 2003
842003
What difference does the location make?: A social capital perspective on transfer of knowledge from multinational corporation subsidiaries located in China and Finland
L Li, W Barner-Rasmussen, I Björkman
Asia Pacific Business Review 13 (2), 233-249, 2007
642007
Knowledge sharing in multinational corporations: A social capital perspective
W Barner-Rasmussen
Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, 2003
522003
A framework of successful organizational practices in Western multinational companies operating in Russia
A Koveshnikov, W Barner-Rasmussen, M Ehrnrooth, K Mäkelä
Journal of World Business 47 (3), 371-382, 2012
442012
Mobility of headquarters in multinational corporations
W Barner-Rasmussen, R Piekkari, I Bjorkman
European Journal of International Management 1 (3), 260-274, 2007
412007
Commander-in-chief or absentee landlord? Key perspectives on headquarters in multinational corporations
W Barner-Rasmussen, R Piekkari, J Scott-Kennel, C Welch
Managing the contemporary multinational, 2010
362010
Potential and recognized boundary spanners in multinational corporations
K Mäkelä, W Barner-Rasmussen, M Ehrnrooth, A Koveshnikov
Journal of World Business 54 (4), 335-349, 2019
312019
False foe? When and how code switching practices can support knowledge sharing in multinational corporations
F Ahmad, W Barner-Rasmussen
Journal of International Management 25 (3), 100671, 2019
222019
Subsidiaries of multinational corporations: A framework for analyzing employee allegiances
S Michailova, Z Mustaffa, W Barner-Rasmussen
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 23 (2), 116-127, 2016
222016
Performance management across borders
I Björkman, W Barner-Rasmussen, M Ehrnrooth, K Mäkelä, P Sparrow
Handbook of international human resource management: Integrating people …, 2009
182009
Explaining mandate loss of regional headquarters: The difference between full and partial loss
P Kähäri, I Saittakari, R Piekkari, W Barner‐Rasmussen
Journal of Management Studies 54 (8), 1206-1240, 2017
172017
What do bicultural-bilinguals do in multinational corporations?
W Barner-Rasmussen
The Routledge companion to cross-cultural management, 192-200, 2015
172015
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