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IBUS2102 Cross-Cultural Management

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IBUS2102 cross-cultural management lecture note. For 12 weeks. Important points are in red

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Academia Culture Hominini Cross-cultural psychology Political culture Corporatism Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory Organizational culture Gender role Decision-making Groupthink Risk
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Academia Culture Hominini Cross-cultural psychology Political culture Corporatism Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory Organizational culture Gender role Decision-making Groupthink Risk
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Individualism/Collectivism 2. Power Distance 3. Masculinity/Femininity (Japan vs. Sweden) 4. Uncertainty Avoidance (Greece vs. Singapore) 5. Long term orientation 6. Indulgence vs. Restraint -­‐> most recently developed (2) GLOBE 1. Individualism/collectivism (in-­‐group) 2. Individualism/collectivism (institutional 3. Performance orientation 4. Future orientation 5. Gender egalitarianism 6. Assertiveness 7. Humane orientation 8. Power distance 9. Uncertainty avoidance (3) Kluckhohn & Strodbeck 1. ...
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