Temporal orientation and its relationships with organizationally valued outcomes

results from a 14 country investigation

Tejinder K. Billing, Rabi S. Bhagat, Bernadette Setiadi, Darwish Yousef, Olga Soler, Mannsoo Shin, Ichal Nowak, Shuming Zhao, Stefan Schmid, Murat Gumus, Tim Keeley, Catherine Kwantes, Annamária Lammel, Ben Kuo, Karen Moustafa Leonard, David L. Ford Jr, Fran Brew, Jose Rojas-Mendez, Vilma Coutino-Hill, Ujvala Rajadhyaksha & 1 others B. N. Srivastava

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Abstract

In this investigation we were concerned with the cultural covariates of temporal orientation in 14 different national contexts. Data were collected from United States of America (US), Australia, Germany, Poland, Chile, Venezuela, Turkey, United Arab Emirates (UAE), India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, South Korea and China. Analyses show that collectivistic cultural orientation tends to be relatively important in the prediction of three facets of temporal orientation (i.e. emphasis on planning and scheduling; sense of time and attitude towards time).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationQuod erat demonstrandum
Subtitle of host publicationfrom Herodotus' ethnographic journeys to cross-cultural research
EditorsAikaterini Gari, Kostas Mylonas
Place of PublicationAthens, Greece
PublisherPedio Books Publishing
Pages211-220
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)9789609405072
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Billing, T. K., Bhagat, R. S., Setiadi, B., Yousef, D., Soler, O., Shin, M., ... Srivastava, B. N. (2009). Temporal orientation and its relationships with organizationally valued outcomes: results from a 14 country investigation. In A. Gari, & K. Mylonas (Eds.), Quod erat demonstrandum: from Herodotus' ethnographic journeys to cross-cultural research (pp. 211-220). Athens, Greece: Pedio Books Publishing.