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Culture is an essential part of conflict resolution. Cultures shape our perceptive, attributions, judgments, and ideas of self and other. Though cultures are powerful, they are often unconscious, influencing conflict and attempt to resolve conflict in impercible ways. Cultures are more than language, dress, and food customs. Cultural groups may share race, ethnicity, or nationality, but they also arise from cleavages of generation, socioeconomics class, sexual orientation, ability, and disability, political and religious affiliations, language, and gender to name only a few. Two things are essential to remember about cultures: they are always changing, and they relate to the symbolic dimension is the place where we are constantly making meaning and enacting our identities. Cultural comes from the groups we belong to give us information about what is meaningful or important, and who are in the world and in relation to others- our identities. (Google search engine internet) Cultural is simply what everyone in a group knows that outsiders do not know. They are a series of lenses that shape what we see and don’t see, how we perceive and interpret, and where we draw boundaries. In shaping our values, cultures contain starting points and currencies. Starting points are those places it is natural to begin, whether with the big picture or particularities. Managers, who readily accept that the cuisine, the literature, the music and the art of other countries run parallel to one another, must also learn to accept the art of management differs in other countries. The objective of this paper, principally, is to explain that culture is a powerful factor to be taken into account. Through culture companies can get comparative advantages and disadvantages if they do not want to see or anticipate the impact of culture in the organization. The following pages show how culture play an important role in the effectiveness of nations, companies, functions, and managers faced with...

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