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This paper examines the complexity of cross-cultural management in a Seventh-day Adventist mission hospital in Malawi and the effect of national and organizational culture on employee accountability, with the goal of expanding cross-cultural management capacity among the leaders of Malamulo Hospital and Adventist Health International. Case study method was used with focus groups, semi-structured interviews, document review, and observation. This research suggested certain workshops be implemented to other mission hospitals within Adventist Health International to expand their cross-cultural management capacity.
Fuller Theological Seminary
administration, adventist health international, Malomulo hospital, Malawi, missions
Missions and World Christianity
Blethen, Elisa J., "Cross-Cultural Management in Healthcare: A Case Study of Malamulo Hospital, a Seventh-Day Adventist Mission Hospital in Malawi, Africa" (2018). Human Subject Research Archive. 199.