Attitudinal outcomes of boundary permeability: A comparison of Australian and Singaporean employees
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the moderating role of culture in the relationship between boundary permeability and cooperation and work group identification. In addition, the levels of boundary permeability of Australians and Singaporeans are compared. Design/methodology/approach - Survey questionnaires were administered to 134 employees (87 Singaporeans and 47 Australians) working in multinational corporations in both Australia and Singapore. Hierarchical moderated...[Show more]
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