• Strategic Management
    behaviors. Leadership Quarterly, 1, 107-142. Ronen, S., & Shenkar, O. (1985, July). Clustering countries on attitudinal dimensions: A review and synthesis. Academy of Management Review, p. 449. Trompenaars, F., & Hamden-Turner, C. (1998). Riding the waves of culture (2nd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill...
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  • Critical reflection
    . Hofstede’s model of national cultural differences and their consequences: A triumph of faith-a failure of analysis. Human relations, 55(1): 89-118 Smith, P. B., Dugan, S., & Trompenaars, F. 1996. National culture and the values of organizational employees: A dimensional analysis across 43 nations. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 27(2): 231-264 ...
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  • Comparing China with the West: What Hofstede taught us about Cultural Consequences.
    tangible guidelines for cross-cultural understanding (Hofstede, 1980; Adler & Graham, 1986; Black & Mendenhall 1989; Trompenaars, 1994; Triandis, 1994; House et al, 2004). One of the first of these studies, and perhaps the one which has had widespread implications in helping scholars and...
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  • Organizational Culture: the Case of Turkish Construction Industry
    ”, unpublished PhD thesis, Department of Public Affairs, The Pennsylvania State University, Middletown, PA. Phua, F.T. and Rowlinson, S. (2003), “Cultural differences as an explanatory variable for adversarial attitudes in the construction industry: the case of Hong-Kong”, Construction Management and Economics...
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  • Sipho
    prepare for purchases. frequent social interaction causes an automatic flow of communication between people, who as a result acquire knowledge unconsciously (De Mooij 2010). Cho et al. (1999) state that, in China, consumers 96 THe HOfSTeDe MODel rely on word-of-mouth communication because...
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  • Intercultural Business Comunication
    WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT 1 Intercultural Communication and language management Clara Lorda (Group B) PART A If you were to use aspects of Hofstede´s theory/model in an analysis, what would you have to consider? Hofstede´s model consists on a number of parameters and dimensions (which can...
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  • Malika Kassymova
    individual achievement rather than collective, since it was developed on the basis of individualistic US model. However, Hofstede (1983) and Trompenaars (1993) agree that the American way of management does not apply across all cultures, especially as those in Asia. Living to our fullest potential is...
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  • Article: Geert Hofstede vs. Fons Trompenaars
    Geert Hofstede vs. Fons Trompenaars Introduction How do we market in different cultures? Although we have done many researches about the different cultures, marketing, which is as a discipline, has lagged behind other researches in recognizing the need for it. Before we have found the...
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  • Advertisement Media
      well  educated,  less  travelled  and  less  exposed  to  western  influences  and  media. These are the people at the bottom of the pyramid. Based on etic studies such as those of Hall (1973), Hofstede (1994, 2001) and Trompenaars and   Hampden   Turner   (1997),   there   is   evidence...
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  • Motivational Theories and Their Generalizability Across Cultures
    next chapter where the features of the Japanese and Chinese culture will be characterized according to the four dimensions of Hofstede. Japan Collectivistic Group decision-making Group Harmony Natural Order Dependent China Family oriented Trust in relationships Family Harmony Focused on means instead...
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  • Culture Project: the Case of Aalborg Industries
    dimensional paradigm developed by the authors Hofstede (1980, 1991, 2011), Trompenaars (1994), and House (2004). This paradigm is based on two essential perspectives. The first perspectives state that national cultures are divided into few dimensions such as “individuals vs. collectivists” or “internal vs...
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  • Miss
    developed by Hall in the 1960’s and 1970’s, Hofstede in the 1980’s and Trompenaars in the 1990’s. Whilst these models have a common aim, their approaches are different; they have been correlated by the other authors. Hall (1976) was the first of the three authors who formed a set...
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  • Knowledge of Culture and Politics as Critical Success Factors
    , G.E., (1990). Doing business in China: a framework for cross-cultural understanding. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 8, 3-15. Trkman, P. (2010). The Critical Success Factors of Business Process Management. International Journal of Information Management, 30, 125-134. Trompenaars, F...
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  • Organisation Conflict
    , individuals belong to one or more close groups created by birth and later events The International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1996 S. M. ELSAYED-EKHOULY AND R. BUDA 73 (Hofstede, 1983). In addition, individualistic cultures value individual goals over group goals...
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  • Culture in China
    identify the Hofstede and Trompenaars dimensions to have a general vision of how are Chinese doing business. HOFSTEDE | TROMPENAARS | High power distance | Particularistic | Low-middle uncertainty avoidance | Communitaristic | Individualistic | Neutral | Masculinity | Diffuse | High...
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  • Cultural Dimensions and Their Impact on Business Practices
    a population comes from, during the course of the decays, anthropologists came up with different key dimensions of culture. The most known psychologists are Hofstede and Trompenaars. These are two academics that spent most of their lives working on the effects of culture in business. Hofstede is...
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  • Globalization and It's Effect on International Business
    different culture, an example for that would be all the China Towns in the big metropolis. The question is why this is happening, why do people develop subcultures? To answer this questions a definition of culture will help to understand the need for subcultures. Geert H. Hofstede defined culture as...
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  • Export Safforn to Australia
    significant differences exist between Australia and China, examination is indispensable for the company to make workable strategies to launch saffron to Australia. The diverse cultures between the two countries will be explained via cultural theories developed by Hofstede(1994) , Hofstede(1996) and Trompenaar...
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  • Change
    (Pratt & Beaulieu, 1992). Pratt, Mohrweis, and Beaulieu (1993) recommended that future research “could usefully benefit from using the measure of organizational culture recently developed by Hofstede et al. (1990)” (p.627). Moreover Hofstede’s cultural framework has been replicated and validated by...
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  • Hofstede's Model of National Cultural Differences and Their Consequences
    politics of difference Cultural anthropology, 1992, 7. Hampden-Turner, C, and Trompenaars, F. Response to Geert Hofstede, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 1997, 21.1, 149-159. Hickson, D. J. & Pugh, D. S. Management worldwide: the impact of societal culture on organizations around...
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