The interdisciplinary business field is a field of study that crosses traditional boundaries between business disciplines or schools of thought. Interdisciplinary business research can range from sharing ideas to the full integration of business disciplines, especially the integration of their concepts, methodologies, procedures, epistemology, terminology, and data. Conducting interdisciplinary business research requires skills to analyze, synthesize, and harmonize the relationships between disciplines into a coherent and coordinated whole. The real business world is multi-disciplinary, and often requires an understanding of the various disciplines to solve real-world business problems. Interdisciplinary research topics are not determined by the distance from each of the disciplines that contribute but whether the topic is basically multi-faceted or complex. The point is that various disciplines are not an interdisciplinary focus – the focus is on research topics or intellectual questions that various disciplines try to overcome.