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Cultural Intelligence and Institutional Success: The Mediating Role of Relationship Quality

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© 2019 Elsevier Inc. As managerial rationality is always bounded, managers utilise their cognitive abilities and social relations to manage their operational environmental uncertainties. We posit that relationship quality (RQ) mediates the association between cultural intelligence (CQ) and success in managing challenges arising out of differences in the institutional environments i.e. institutional success. Our CQ measure comprises cognitive, metacognitive, motivational and behavioural CQs. We included the interactive effects of two inter-related mental capabilities, namely cognitive and metacognitive CQs, and motivational and behavioural CQs while examining the mediating role of RQ between CQ and institutional success. Based on data from 186 Indian senior managers doing business with New Zealand, we find mixed support for our hypotheses. We find indirect-only mediation effects for interactive effects of cognitive and metacognitive CQs, and complementary mediation effects for motivational CQ. Contrary to expectations, we find negative direct-only non-mediation effects of behavioural CQ.

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Sharma, R. R. (2019). Cultural Intelligence and Institutional Success: The Mediating Role of Relationship Quality. Journal of International Management, 25(3), 100665-100665. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intman.2019.01.002

Journal title

Journal of International Management

Volume

25

Issue

3

Publication date

01/09/2019

Pagination

100665-100665

Publisher

Elsevier BV

Publication status

Published

ISSN

1075-4253

eISSN

1873-0620

Article number

100665

Language

en

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