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  • Cross Cultural Management

    Cross Cultural Management

    When I transferred the flight in Singapore, I felt embarrassed about my behavior. When I went to the washroom, I directly entered the washroom quickly as I usually do in China, however, my leading teacher suddenly stopped me and pointed at the several foreigners waiting outside the washroom in queue, I felt very ashamed and stepped to join the queue. In China, It is easy to see people jostle to enter the elevator and bus,

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    Submitted: March 14, 2012 Autor: lipeigeng
  • Cross-Cultural Management Analysis

    Cross-Cultural Management Analysis

    1. National Culture Values (Hofstede’s Dimensions) In my opinion, all of the national culture values, such as those of Vietnam, U.S. and Peru, should be contributing to the issues at Saxton Instruments. It was observed that during lunch, both Vietnamese and Peruvian groups sat apart and spoke in their native languages; and at the annual company summer picnic and winter holiday party, both groups also sat separately. Vietnamese assemblers selected data from what they observed

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    Submitted: April 27, 2012 Autor: geogiana
  • Cross Cultural Management: Six Perspectives

    Cross Cultural Management: Six Perspectives

    Cross-cultural management: six perspectives Traditionally cultural studies have focussed on differences in values between different cultural groups. It is assumed that people are in different cultures because their values are different however this doesn't seem to be the case. Culture is defined as "the programming of the mind that differentiates one group from another" Hofstede (1980). It is important not to confuse cross cultural management with international management. There are many different approaches to cross

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    Submitted: November 1, 2012 Autor: jon
  • Cross Cultural Management

    Cross Cultural Management

    You are an international/global team working in a project to develop residential and commercial properties that support eco living in Malaysia. Your team consists of designers from Korea, Malaysia, Sweden and Spain. 1. Using David & Ekelund (2004) framework on working in international/global teams, discuss 3 issues that the team will encounter in their course of working together. Provide specific examples. 1st issue The team will encounter conflict in leadership styles. The team member might

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    Submitted: December 15, 2013 Autor: beier
  • Cross Cultural Management

    Cross Cultural Management

    Cross Cultural Management Running Head: Cross Cultural Management Cross Cultural Management ________________ Cross Cultural Management Introduction The term Globalization is ruling the actions of the world since two decades. It is interesting that a term like globalization which rules this century does not have any precise definition. The general perception about globalization is that the world is becoming a place where collaborations and shared ideas are given preference over everything. From economics to finances to

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    Submitted: April 24, 2016 Autor: Atif Deewan
  • Cross Cultural Management

    Cross Cultural Management

    CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT (BUS3464/OBM60304) FINAL EXAM BRIEF (AUGUST 2016) Format * There are 2 sections: * Section A – Case Study * Section B – Scenario based questions * Section A * Case Study (not pre-seen) * Answer ALL questions (2 questions) * 50 marks * Section B * 3questions/scenarios – answer any TWO * 25 marks each question/scenario; total = 50 marks * Duration: 3 hours with 5 minutes reading time * Weightage of the

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    Submitted: December 7, 2016 Autor: kausernipa
  • Cross Culture Management

    Cross Culture Management

    Index page no. 1. Introduction 4 2. Cultural Dimensions 4 2.1 Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions 4 2.2 Globe Cultural Dimensions 2.3 Hodgetts and Luthans perspective factors affecting society 5 2.4 Trompenaars Theory 5 3. Multinationals: Strategies regarding managing people across cultural borders 6 4. Expatriates 6 4.1 Preparing for expatriation 6 5. Cultural Intelligence 6 6. Conclusion 7 7. References 8 1. Introduction Cultures are the starting points on which groups of people are differentiated

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    Submitted: December 13, 2016 Autor: anish25karve
  • Cross Cultural Management

    Cross Cultural Management

    EXAM CASE ANALYSIS Name: ____________________________________________________ Group: _______ SUMMARY (3-5 sentences) Gamal Aziz is the CEO of the company MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. Aziz supported the involvement of employees in work due to this the MGM Grand became the second most profitable hotel on the strip after the Bellagio. The company is facing a crisis, costs increase, and Aziz forced to economize on some of the training programs. PROBLEM (task to solve, 7-9 words) Maintaining

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    Submitted: January 19, 2017 Autor: nelebevuhu
  • Cross Cultural Management

    Cross Cultural Management

    Rakesh Nandlal Kushwaha & s297208 MAN501 CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT TASK-1: Researching National Cultures United States of America & China By Student Name: Rakesh Nandlal Kushwaha Student ID: S297208 Submitted to: Chandana Unnithan Lecturer: Chandana Unnithan Submission Date: 16/12/2016 ________________ Introduction In this essay I have chosen two countries that have very different and opposing cultures, which are The United States and China. These countries have very different cultural values and it can be noted

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    Submitted: February 14, 2017 Autor: rakesh kushwaha
  • Managing Cross Culturs - Personal and Professional Development

    Managing Cross Culturs - Personal and Professional Development

    PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT "Managing Cross Cultures" SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY TRICIA SMART SHREEJA GUPTA (TUTOR) ID-1030771 CONTENTS 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2. INTRODUCTION 3. FINDINGS 4. CONCLUSIONS 5. REFRENCES Executive Summary In today's global world the environment of any organization constitutes of the people who belong to different cultural backgrounds. The techniques of cross cultural management helps to cater with the cultural differences as well as the challenges of managing employees in a diversified organizational

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    Submitted: March 15, 2011 Autor: peter
  • Retail Management and Cross-Cultural Perspectives

    Retail Management and Cross-Cultural Perspectives

    GRET 6333: Retail Management and Cross-Cultural Perspectives Instructor Name: Dr. Marcella Norwood Email: Please use Blackboard Learn email for this class. Office Location: Cameron Building, Room 110 Office Hours: Generally in the office Monday through Friday from 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM for appointments Phone: 713-743-4125 (Office) – This is not as good as the class web site email since Dr. Norwood reads email most week days and doesn’t

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    Submitted: June 9, 2015 Autor: pakas
  • Cross Culture Lacoste

    Cross Culture Lacoste

    It's always a familiar paradox to the $2 billion apparel brand, one that's experienced a revival of striking proportions. Today's Lacoste stands for youth, color, coolness, style and luxury due representation on Madison Avenue and in modern boutiques. Lacoste U.S. sales rose 70% in 2005. even today, it's a brand rooted squarely in its history, says Mr. Siegel, chairman-CEO of Lacoste USA. That's why, when Lacoste brought Mr. Siegel, who had been consulting for the

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    Submitted: March 8, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Cross-Cultural Training and Cross-Cultural Adjustment

    Cross-Cultural Training and Cross-Cultural Adjustment

    Cross-cultural training and cross-cultural adjustment The objective of cross-cultural training is to educate members of one culture to interact effectively with members of another culture, and to predispose them to a rapid adjustment to their new positions (Waxin & Panaccio, 2005, citing Brislin & Petersen, 1986; Mendenhall & Oddou, 1991). Brislin (1979)states that there are three techniques that can be used in cross-cultural training, which are cognitive, affective and behavioral. The cognitive approach corresponds to

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    Submitted: March 18, 2011 Autor: jon
  • Cross Cultural Consumer Behaviour

    Cross Cultural Consumer Behaviour

    CROSS-CULTURAL CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR To succeed, international marketers must understand the nature and extent of differences between the consumers of different societies.- ‘cross-cultural' differences. This is in order to develop effective targeted marketing strategies to use in each foreign market of interest. The issue is not ‘whether' to market a brand in other countries but ‘how' to do it. Question : Same product with same ‘global' advertising campaign or ‘tailored' products and ads for each country.

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    Submitted: April 4, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Negotiation Cross Culture

    Negotiation Cross Culture

    What Is Culture? Culture is a complex pattern of ideas, emotions and observable manifestations (behaviors and symbols) that tend to be expected, reinforced and rewarded by and within a particular group. Culture manifests itself in tangible ways, such as in language, food, dress, rituals, customs, art and music. But culture also consists of intangible components, such as values, beliefs, assumptions and the emotions with which these are invested. Culture can be thought of as an

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    Submitted: April 13, 2011 Autor: simba
  • The Cross-Cultural Communication

    The Cross-Cultural Communication

    1. Introduction (business opportunity) 2. Reply: E-commerce a) Website's description b) E-commerce & business : what type of e commerce? 3. Strategic impact -> marketing & sales -> a new way to sell => high payoff project. 4. Identify the value added of IT a) Thanks to Porter's competitive forces model b) Thanks to Porter's value chain modelAs our world becomes increasingly interconnected, people increasingly encounter problems when communicating with people from other cultures. This

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    Submitted: December 12, 2011 Autor: tan495
  • Developing Cross-Cultural Capability

    Developing Cross-Cultural Capability

    Developing Cross-cultural Capability Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 4 2. Introduction 4 3. Research Question 5 4. Literature Review and Discussion 5 4.1 Edward T. Hall's Three Dimensions 6 4.2 Geert Hofstede's Five Dimensions 7 4.3 Fons Trompenaars' and Hampden-Turner's Seven Dimensions 9 5. Analysis and Key Findings 11 5.1 Characteristics of These Cultures 11 5.2 Key Findings 12 6. Recommendations 15 7. Conclusion 16 8. References 17   1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A high-tech

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    Submitted: February 6, 2012 Autor: rita
  • Cross Cultural Communication

    Cross Cultural Communication

    Cross-Cultural Communication Cross cultural communication is the communication between individuals of different cultures. In order to communicate effectively across cultures you will need to become aware of cultural differences as well as the similarities. It is important to understand and learn more about another's culture so that you will be able to effectively communicate with them How cultures communicate differently Culture is "everything that people have, think, and do as members of their society" (O'Rourke,

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    Submitted: June 14, 2012 Autor: Donna
  • Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix

    Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix

    Cross-Cultural Communication Country Preferred Communication Style Nonverbal Communication Practices Business Communication Norms Strategies to Increase Cross-Cultural Communication Pakistan The difference between Pakistan and Brazil is Pakistan has an effective mixture of direct and indirect interaction models. This type interaction seems different when it comes to age and seniority. Pakistan applies humor within there interaction, however humor is just introduced by the elderly person and just once the connection has been founded (India Pakistan Trade Unit,

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    Submitted: June 17, 2012 Autor: Monkey33
  • Using Hofstede Cultural Dimensions to Establish Durex Cross-Cultural Marketing

    Using Hofstede Cultural Dimensions to Establish Durex Cross-Cultural Marketing

    1. 1 THE BRAND BACKGROUND DUREX is an international subsidiary company which was founded by Stephen O' Kennedy and was registered in London in 1915. The DUREX condoms were distributed by the London Rubber Company (LRC) which was founded by L.A Jackson. LRC at that time were importing Germany based condoms among other health care products. LRC developed a consumer-based production portfolio in health and beauty products for the parent British company Seton Scholl London

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    Submitted: August 15, 2012 Autor: viki
  • Cross-Cultural Perspectives

    Cross-Cultural Perspectives

    Cross-Cultural Perspectives Name Tutor Institution Date The Nike Corporation is beyond a reasonable doubt a prestigious and famous global organization. Since its creation, the company has been outsourcing in other markets outside the U.S. for cheap labor. The corporation initially known as Blue Ribbon Sports and founded by Bill Bowerman and Philip Knight, and since then has turned to other nations like Japan in order to save money on the production and labor cost. As

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    Submitted: December 1, 2012 Autor: wameraodhis88
  • Transmission of Culture: A Cross-Cultural Comparison Between American and Japanese Preschools

    Transmission of Culture: A Cross-Cultural Comparison Between American and Japanese Preschools

    Since the beginning of the Fall Semester in Social Science Research Methods in Education, we have covered a range of topics in the lectures, from an overview of the Japanese school system and its organization, to an on-going exploration of the four functions of education: i. socialization, ii. transmission of culture, iii. social control and personal development, and iv. selection and allocation, each considered within a cross-cultural context. Although I found the focus on each

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    Submitted: December 11, 2012 Autor: JohannaWi
  • Cross Cultural Experience

    Cross Cultural Experience

    Introduction We are living in global era. Active communications, collaboration between individual, businesses and high connectivity to world have been achieved today. With advent of globalization, we are also exposed to various different cultures today; we can easily experience impact of cultural differences from people from different cultural background in our daily life. I will describe two anecdotes which gave me experience of impact of cultural differences while I was studying in Bristol, England and

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    Submitted: April 17, 2013 Autor: skel007
  • Cross Cultural Perspectives

    Cross Cultural Perspectives

    Cross Cultural Perspectives Sandra Komm February 9, 2013 ETH/316 Christy Vilavanh The 1996/1997 World Telecommunications Development Report as well as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) the factors of the telecommunications system there is no possible way as for anyone to foresee the future of the telecommunications even in the next few years. The systems of today will be antiques in the next few years, no more rotary dials, no more party lines, things our grandparents

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    Submitted: May 3, 2013 Autor: sandra.komm
  • Cross Cultural Marriage

    Cross Cultural Marriage

    What is a good cross-cultural definition of marriage? To me it’s important to get a better understanding or learning of what cross, culture, and marriage means. Culture to me is something learned. It is a state of manners or taste such as a personal preference. Culture is a preferred choice over something. It can also be a tradition. To cross something means to intersect them, to transverse. So cross-culture would be to intersect ones group

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    Submitted: November 5, 2013 Autor: biteme

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