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Managing Across Cultures Lecture Notes

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Extensive lecture notes covering all topics; Understanding the role of culture, Developing a Global Management Team, Communicating and Decision Making Across Cultures, Negotiation Across Cultures, Corporate Social Responsibility, International Human Resource Management, Motivating and Leadership, Managing in the Global Environment.

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Academia Culture Cultural studies Cross-cultural psychology Organizational culture High- and low-context cultures Social anthropology Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory Cultural communication Global Leadership Communication Geert Hofstede
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Academia Culture Cultural studies Cross-cultural psychology Organizational culture High- and low-context cultures Social anthropology Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory Cultural communication Global Leadership Communication Geert Hofstede
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▪ Attitudes – reflects through work, sense of time, materialism, individualization & change ▪ Individual & group behaviours – motivation, productivity, commitment & ethics Specifically ▪ Kinship – family relations ▪ Education – affects workers performance ▪ Economy – resource allocation ▪ Politics – government system ▪ Religion ▪ Association – group work (formal/informal) ▪ Health – level of productivity ▪ Recreation – impact on attitudes History has an influence on culture in the sense that the above variables contribute to the evolving history of society. There is emphasis on national variables (agriculture & technological ad...
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