results for "Confucian Dynamism"

  • Impact of Culture on the Ethical Reasoning Behaviour of an Individual

    Power distance, and Masculinity/femininity. Hofstede (2001) also provides scores for a subset of the original countries on a fifth dimension,...

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  • Cultural Frameworks

    desired traits in boyfriends (Hofstede, September, 1996, Journal. Cross Cultural Psychology) emphasize non-materialistic aspects of success...

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  • How important are ethics and social responsibility?

    classifying cultures based on five dimensions: (1) individualism; (2) uncertainty avoidance; (3) power distance; (4) masculinity; and (5)...

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  • Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions and Tourist Behaviors a Review and Conceptual Framework

    discusses the application of a fifth cultural dimension, Confucian Dynamism (short-term versus long-term orientation), for the...

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  • International Business Globalization

    salvation through right action D. Is built around a comprehensive legal system   Difficulty: Medium   83. (p. 105) Three values central to the...

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  • Confucian Values in Singapore

    Confucian dynamism” - Singapore Singapore is an amazing nation. From their initial colonisation by the British in 1826 to...

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  • Hofstede's Five Dimenstions

    culture are Power Distance, Individualism and Collectivism, Uncertainty Avoidance, Career Success/Quality of Life (Masculinity and Femininity) and...

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  • How Important Are Ethics and Social Responsibility?

    ethics? 135 Figure 1. Theoretical framework European Journal of Marketing 35,1/2 136 (3) power distance; (4) masculinity; and (5)...

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  • Individual culture

    book The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism. In Western societies, there is a focus on the individual individual achievement is common...

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  • Business Culture in Japan

    antagonising remark can damage the inside of the group. Confucian Dynamism: Japan scored very highly indeed, pointing to a...

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  • Vietnamese Culture Evaluation

    Hofstede’s module was assumed that national culture is equal with company culture as well as put the Confucian Dynamism on the...

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  • Chapter 3 Differences In Culture

    Differences in Culture Culture and the Workplace  Power Distance  Uncertainty Avoidance  Individualism Vs Collectivism  Masculinity Vs Femininity ...

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  • Identify and discuss the sources of conflict related to the culture of the country or countries where your Company does business? Discuss why these conflicts occurred and who was involved.

    individualism-collectivism, and masculinity. One more dimension was added into Hofstede's model called Confucian dynamism to help...

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  • case study

    (1988). The Confucius Connection: From Cultural Roots to Economic Growth. Organizational Dynamics, volume 16, Issue 4, pp. 5-21. First called...

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  • An Exploratory Study of Myanmar Culture

    fifth dimension called long-term Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1114625 orientation. This dimension, originally called...

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  • Guanxi

    of guanxi, Confucianism and organizational ethical climate between Taiwan and Mainland China. The results show that Taiwan, where preserves more...

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  • Business Chapter 3

    set of expectations about each other’s behavior  In Western societies, there is a focus on the individual  individual achievement is common ...

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  • вукууац

    the fifth dimension, which was added after the original four dimensions. This dimension was identified by Michael Bond and was initially called...

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  • Study of Organizational Culture in Singapore

    Singapore Corporate Culture’,) Ralston et al compared the four values of Hofstede’s model to the Chinese values, consists of four dimensions:...

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  • International Business Case Analysis

    is a popular practice in Indonesia which known as “asal bapak senang (keeping father happy)” (Whitfield, P. 10). Many Asian countries follow...

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