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|Title||Training for construction site managers involved with multicultural work teams|
The success of construction projects, whether it is accomplished in the country of the organization or beyond its border, is determined in the main by the quality of its management. Projects which are carried out beyond national borders may create special problems for managers, such as dealing with multiethnic work teams, operating within local laws, regulations, social customs and importing materials. This increases the pressure upon managers and requires particular qualities and understanding in order to achieve their target in the most economical way. The purpose of this paper is to highlight the importance of cross-cultural training for construction site managers who are involved with multicultural work forces in the Middle East.
|Published in||International Journal of Project Management|
|Series||Volume: 8, Number: 2|
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