Organisational Significance and Application of Computer Skills: A Culturally-Based Empirical Examination
Looks at the findings of a survey of 115 Saudi Arabian managers who had completed their undergraduate education in the United States in relation to the informational and computing resources and their applications in Saudi organisations. Considers the role of computers in business and highlights the lack of specialists able to train within the country. Concludes that whilst the skills to use information technology exist, they are limited by cultural resistance to change, traditional viewpoints, authoritarian leadership and bureaucracy. Advocates government encouragement and ties with developed nations to help change such attitudes.
Yavas, Ugur; and Yasin, Mahmoud M.. 1999. Organisational Significance and Application of Computer Skills: A Culturally-Based Empirical Examination. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal. Vol.6(4). 11-21. https://doi.org/10.1108/13527609910796997 ISSN: 1352-7606