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Purpose – This paper aims to propose a review of the current open innovation paradigm to include the effects of culture in the internationalized working environment. Design/methodology/approach – Focusing on interpersonal skills, the authors aim to show the current open innovation framework should be extended to include a cross‐cultural lens. Findings – In addition, cultural intelligence is a necessary core competency that can “shine a light” on the various ambiguities and uncertainties encountered in the Chinese business terrain. Originality/value – Cultural intelligence will enhance open innovation alliance effectiveness.
Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 4, 2013
Keywords: China; Absorptive capacity; Cross‐cultural differences; Cultural intelligence; Open innovation alliances
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