Influence of context and culture on managerial perceptions and practices in the turkish software industry

Stefan Koch*, Ayse Basar Bener, Turgay Aytac, Ayse Tosun Misirli, Edward W.N. Bernroider

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Özet

This article provides an empirical examination of the Turkish software industry to understand how its current profile, managerial practices and perceptions are shaped by the context of an emerging economy and its cultural background. In comparison to a developed economy with a very different culture, Austria, employees, know-how, and access to new technologies are perceived as less important, while productivity and sales are considered more important. Marketing to foreign countries as well as policy related factors are perceived as more important barriers, while domestic rivalry, software piracy, and e-business readiness are perceived as smaller growth barriers. The domestic market is relatively developed, but rivalry is low and dominated by large companies, many of which have a close relationship with their few clients. Generally, the companies seem to exhibit a short-sighted perspective, with a limited focus on process maturity, improvement and investments in continuous training of employees, in line with the prevailing culture.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Sayfa (başlangıç-bitiş)26-44
Sayfa sayısı19
DergiJournal of Global Information Technology Management
Hacim17
Basın numarası1
DOI'lar
Yayın durumuYayınlandı - 2014
Harici olarak yayınlandıEvet

Finansman

This research was supported in part by Bogazici University Research Fund under grant number BAP09R102.

FinansörlerFinansör numarası
Bogazici University Research FundBAP09R102

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