Her short paper Organizational Culture and Internationalization: A Brief Literature Review provides a useful summary of key authors on organisational culture in higher education, then reviews five recent articles on the impact of organisational culture on internationalisation.
In her conclusions, Alison summarizes that organisational culture is indeed significant to the success or failure of institutional internationalisation. She also identifies several areas for further research, including the deployment of internationalisation as a "change agent" by institutional leadership.
Interestingly, only two of the key articles on organisational culture and internationalisation were written in the last three years, perhaps highlighting the limited focus that this topic has received in academia to date. Unsurprisingly, more attention appears to have been paid to this topic by international education administrators, in particular via the professional associations (NAFSA, EAIE, IEAA...).