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Luftschlösser, Arbeit - Thoreau

Hat man Luftschlösser gebaut, muss die Arbeit nicht umsonst gewesen sein, denn dort soll sie auch sein. Jetzt gilt es, Fundamente darunter zu bauen.

Henry David Thoreau

Cross-Cultural Skills

Strong vs Weak organizational Cultures

Organizational culture in a smaller scale refers to the basic values, beliefs and the thought process of a set of people/groups within an organization. It also symbolizes the functioning and behavior of the organization itself on a broader perspective.

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Gemeint ist nicht gleich Gesagt

Jede separate Kultur hat wahrscheinlich ihre charakteristische stereotype Blickwinkel im Hinblick auf der perfekten Art und Weise von Informationsaustausch. Befinden sich mithin alle Kommunikationsteilnehmer in ein und derselben Kultur, so treten aus kultureller Anschauungsweise in der Regel wenige Fragestellunge auf. Komplexitäten in der Kommunikation ergeben sich

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How to deal with Stereotypes

Stereotype can be defined as an opinion formed and shared by group of people to identify and describe others as different from them. A stereotype can be used as single word, multiple words or images to identify a group of people or a community.

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Value Creation in Organizations II

The starting point of any organization and its efforts to strive o highly recommended place in the business depends upon the values of the organization in the work place environment. As an organization is moving on along with continual ethical values in a well defined manner and in a meaningful process, it is not necessary to show

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Cross Cultural Management Skills in Global Business Environments

Cross Cultural Management Skills: How Culture is Acquired and Learned in Global Business Environment

Recent globalization of business has engendered an increased complexity in the role of a manager. To be an effective global manager, one needs to be responsive to major fundamental cultural values that exhibit implications for organizational functioning and business relations.

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