Ellen Moore- systems consulting group consultant.
Andrew Kilpatrick – senior consultant on a joint North American company and Korean consulting project. -
Korean kteam very reluctant to setup meetings. Page 2, 4th para, Andrew on the other side generally meets the client mgmt prior to preparing the proposal. -
Meetings didn’t turn out fruitful at all. They were talking the same thing every time. -
She had never worked in korea before, docs on korea not entirely accurate. -
Scott first time in Korea.
Page 5 Koreans follow traditional customs, strongly influenced by Confucian values. -
Korean consultants refused to interview the customers, bcoz they did not want to disturb them. -
Client team members frequently came to Korean consultants offices and asked them to work on activities which were beyond the scope. -
Korean consultants misunderstand page 8 para 1
Unusual for a subordinate to leave office before the boss leaves. Page 8 -
Korean consultants never used to ask questions. Page 8
Women have restrictions in korea page 8
Jack had never worked on a system implementation project and never worked on a consulting project. -
Stepping into each others territory, jack and Ellen.
Korean TMs always followed jacks instructions. Page10
Jack was giving directions to his team, leading them to different paths -
Koreans inexperienced to do SI.
They are behind schedule because the team is inexperienced wrt the concerned application and
They were tremendously impressed with Andrew and his line of interest. -
She had never worked in korea before, doc on korea not entirely accurate. -
She tried to read the Korean language, while going back in the car. Business etiquette also. -
Korean teams did have team building activities. But was unusual.
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