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Sachiko Yamao
University of Melbourne
BusinessMultinational corporationManagementKnowledge transferKnowledge management
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#1Jennie Sumelius (University of Vaasa)H-Index: 11
#2Adam Smale (University of Vaasa)H-Index: 15
Last. Sachiko YamaoH-Index: 4
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AbstractGiven the sensitive nature of communicating talent status in an ‘exclusive’ talent management system and the complexity involved in simultaneously sending signals of exclusivity and inclusi...
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#1Vesa PeltokorpiH-Index: 23
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#2Tomoki SekiguchiH-Index: 13
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#1Vesa Peltokorpi (Saitama University)H-Index: 23
#2Sachiko Yamao (University of Melbourne)H-Index: 4
In this paper, we developed and tested a moderated mediation model of interunit relational characteristics in reverse knowledge transfer. Specifically, by integrating international business research with social identity theory, we hypothesized that shared vision mediates the positive effect between host country national employees’ corporate language proficiency and reverse knowledge transfer. Furthermore, we hypothesized that headquarters-subsidiary communication frequency enhances the relations...
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#1Sachiko YamaoH-Index: 4
Last. Daejeong ChoiH-Index: 8
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This study advances the host country national perspective on knowledge transfer by highlighting the perceptions and attitudes that matter to the extent host country nationals (HCNs) share knowledge with their expatriate counterparts. Data from four countries, Australia, China, India, and Singapore, demonstrate that a positive relationship exists between HCNs identification with the multinational enterprise (MNE) and their voluntary knowledge-sharing behavior toward expatriates; this relationship...
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#1Sachiko Yamao (University of Melbourne)H-Index: 4
#2Tomoki Sekiguchi (Osaka University)H-Index: 13
We investigate factors affecting the commitment of non-native English-speaking employees to the globalization of their firms, focusing on the role of self-perceived English language proficiency and human resource (HR) practices. By surveying 693 non-native English speakers in Japan, we found that their self-perceived English language proficiency and HR practices that promote learning a foreign language have direct and interactive effects on the affective and normative commitment to their firms’ ...
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#1Daejeong ChoiH-Index: 8
Last. Jesse E. OlsenH-Index: 5
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Employees who have a high quality leader-member exchange (LMX) relationship tend to perform above and beyond their job requirements by exhibiting organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). However,...
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#1Saba Colakoglu (Koç University)H-Index: 11
#2Sachiko Yamao (University of Melbourne)H-Index: 4
Last. David P. Lepak (RU: Rutgers University)H-Index: 32
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Grounded in knowledge-based theories of the multinational corporation (MNC) and building on organizational learning literature, this paper develops and tests a model of MNC subsidiaries’ knowledge creation capability as a joint function of knowledge inflows to subsidiaries and their knowledge stocks (i.e., subsidiaries’ internal human, social, and organizational capital). Survey-based data from 106 subsidiaries located in the U.S. suggests that local (i.e., host country) knowledge inflows to a s...
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