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Journal article

HOLDEN, N. and TANSLEY, C., 2007. Culturally-distinctive manifestations in international knowledge management - an historical perspective. International Journal of Advanced Media and Communication, 1 (4), pp. 313-327.

GLISBY, M. and HOLDEN, N., 2005. Applying knowledge management conceptes to the supply chain: how a Danish firm achieved a remarkable breakthrough in Japan. Academy of Management Executive, 19 (2), pp. 85-89.

FINK, G. and HOLDEN, N., 2005. The global transfer of management knowledge. Academy of Management Executive, 19 (2), pp. 85-89.

HOLDEN, N. and VON, K., 2004. Why cross-cultural knowledge transfer is a form of translation in more ways than you think. Knowledge and Process Management, 11 (2), pp. 127-138.

HOLDEN, N., 2004. Why marketers need a new concept of culture for the global knowledge economy. International Marketing Review, 21 (6), pp. 563-572. ISSN 0265-1335

GLISBY, M. and HOLDEN, N., 2002. Contextual constraints in knowledge management theory: the cultural embeddedness of Nonaka's knowledge-creating company: a critique of the Nonaka-Takeuchi SECI model: the problem of embeddedness. Knowledge and Process Management, 10 (2), pp. 1-8.

SODERBERG, A.M. and HOLDEN, N., 2002. Rethinking cross-cultural management in a globalising business world. International Journal of Cross-cultural Management, 2 (1), pp. 103-121.

HOLDEN, N., 2001. Central europe: more discontinuity than change. Civil Engineering: Journal of the Institution of Civil Engineers, pp. 5-8.

HOLDEN, N., 2001. Knowledge management: raising the spectre of the cross-cultural dimension. Knowledge and Process Management, 8 (3), pp. 155-163.

HOLDEN, N., 2001. Why globalising with a conservative corporate culture creates particular cross-cultural management challenges: the unusual, but illuminating case of Matsushita Electric. International Journal of Cross-cultural Management, 1 (1), pp. 53-72.

Authored book

HOLDEN, N., 2002. Cross-cultural management: a knowledge management perspective. Harlow: Financial Times. ISBN 027364680X

Chapter in book

HOLDEN, N. and TANSLEY, C., 2008. Management in other languages: how a philological approach opens up new cross-cultural vistas. In: S. TIETZE, ed., International management and language. London: Routledge.

HOLDEN, N. and SALSKOV-IVERSON, D., 2001. Management and globalisation: a constructivist approach. In: C.L. COOPER, S. CARTWRIGHT and C. EARLEY, eds., International handbook of organizational culture and climate. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 429-448.

HOLDEN, N., 2001. The cross-cultural transfer of best practices: contrastive European and American experiences from a knowledge management perspective. In: G. SIMONS, ed., Eurodiversity: a business gudie to managing diversity. Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 171-194.

Conference contribution

TANSLEY, C. and HOLDEN, N., 2010. Cross-cultural learning: a new challenge for talent management. In: 20th Biennial International Congress Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Opatija, Croatia, 2010, Opatija, Croatia.

HOLDEN, N. and TANSLEY, C., 2007. 'Talent' in European languages: philological analysis of semantic confusions in managment discourse. Stream: managment and philology: perspectives on languages. In: Critical Management Studies Conference, Manchester Business School, 11-13 July 2007, Manchester, UK.

TANSLEY, C., HOLDEN, N. and WILLIAMS, H., 2006. Knowing in practice: inter-cultural participative competence in human resource information systems project work. In: The First European Academic Workshop on Electronic Human Resource Management, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 25-26 October 2006.

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