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MGMT1101 Global Business Environment Memo

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Cross-cultural psychology Cultural studies Culture Academia Fons Trompenaars Uncertainty avoidance Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory Geert Hofstede Trompenaars' model of national culture differences
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What cultural dimensions do you recommend that the US company consider for its initial negotiation meeting with the partner Briefly justify your recommendation. Word Count: 486 ________________ Memorandum Date: 1/04/2016 To Boss From Subject: Middle East Negotiations Considerations For the visit to Middle East, I recommend that we strongly consider the cultural dimensions that shape the Middle East, so that we can understand what to expect from the negotiations and how to prepare for it. The cultural dimensions I recommend we consider mainly are “Specific vs Diffuse”, “Universalism vs Particularism” (Wikipedia, 2016) and “Uncertainty Avoidance” (Wikipedia, 2016). The Middle East has a diffuse culture, they do not have much separation between work and personal life compared to here in America. In the Middle East personal li...
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