• Communication Style and Cultural Features in High/Low Context Communication Cultures : a Case Study of Finland, Japan and India
    Communication Style and Cultural Features in High/Low Context Communication Cultures: A Case Study of Finland, Japan and India Shoji Nishimura1, Anne Nevgi2 and Seppo Tella3 1 Waseda University, Japan 2 Department of Education, University of Helsinki 3 Department of Applied Sciences of Education...
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  • Essay India
    Dimensions……………………………………….. 6 6.17.1 Collectivism Vs Individualism……………………………… 6 6.17.2 Power Distance……………………………………………… 6 6.17.3 Uncertainty Avoidance……………………………………… 7 6.17.4 Time Orientation…………………………………………… 7 6.17.5 Quality Vs Quantity of Life………………………………… 7 6...
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  • Culture Differences in Organizations
    Culture- Impact on Business Environment “Culture is the widening of the mind and of the spirit.” Pt Jawaharlal Nehru. These are strong words indeed from the first Prime Minister of Independent India and as the borders across the globe become more and more irrelevant, understanding of one another’s...
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  • Cultural Values
    normally considered objective, such as a desire to avoid physical pain, seek pleasure, etc., are considered subjective, vary across individuals and cultures and are in many ways aligned with belief and belief systems. Types of values include ethical/moral values, doctrinal/ideological (religious, political)...
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  • Cross Cultural Management Practices Mcdonald's
    CULTURAL MANAGEMENT Study on McDonald’s Corporation India & US culture “Food is the oldest global carrier of culture.” Submitted By ShyamJS Introduction It is sometimes amazing how different people in other cultures behave. We tend to have a human instinct that 'deep inside' all people...
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  • To Measure the Effectiveness of Media
    TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Introduction 2. Determinants of cultural differences 3. How do people and practices differ across culture 4. Defining Expatriate and their Competencies 5. Defining Cross-cultural training and its objectives 6. Design of cross-cultural training ...
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  • Schedule
    activities and events to introduce foreign employees who have come down to work for three months (Oct to January). SUBMITTED BY: Team: AIDRA 611 * Mudita Rajgaria * Komal Bhargava INTRODUCTION: The main objectives of conducting this training for the foreign employees are the following: ...
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  • Vodafone Group Plc Nz vs India
    | |(and Its Culture across the globe) | |An analysis of the telecommunications giant’s organizational culture, in two contrasting lights. ...
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  • Indian Car Industry
    Consumer Perception of Global vs. Local Brands: The Indian Car Industry By Shyamala Mathan Sankar 2006 A Dissertation presented in part consideration for the degree of MA Marketing. 1 Consumer Perception of Global vs. Local Brands: The Indian Car Industry Abstract Key words: Consumer...
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  • Geert Hofstede Cultural Dimensions Essay India / U.K.
    divided into two sections. The first section defines culture, its importance in international business and the various cultural dimensions for working globally. The next section describes the culture of India and U.K. and reviews the impact of culture on the working of Hilton Hotel Group in both the countries...
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  • Cross Culture Capability
    multinational organizations are becoming common workplace (Bhadury et al, 2000, cited in Seyman, 2006), people in the organization come from different cultures and backgrounds, the task of understanding the similarities and differences is not that tranquil and very imperative (Iles, 1995; Spector et al.,...
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  • An Essay: the Importance of Intercultural Competence
    their products on many foreign markets. Knowing the culture of the chosen market is vital in order to make a business succeed. Cultures can be divided in man categories such as deal-focused vs. relationship-focused, formal vs. informal and monochronic vs. polychronic cultures. Having a knowing about...
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  • Ikea India
    business, one can say that the general economic environment is favorable for IKEA. There has been constant GDP growth in the last couple of years and the Indian rupee is relatively stable as well. India’s society has been influenced by a very strong caste system in the past which prevented many people from...
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  • essay
    failed sex test, kicked out, life fell apart  the power of sex in our society, when normality of things is questioned, causes challenges 1972 Sex vs. Gender separation Sex: anatomically, physical attributes defined Gender: psychological transformation based on self gender identity, behaviour expression ...
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  • Study Guide 1
    What is culture? The total way of life of people Dress, food, behavior, moral-ethical values, art, religion Social structure Traditions Patterns of behavior Values What is right and wrong Inherited patterns of history which are transferred to the next gen. Two versions of Sapir – Whorf Weak...
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  • How McDonald applied the process of internationalization of its brand in India
    adapting their value chain to Indian market requirements. Despite, some problems appeared at the beginning because of cultural aspects Mac Donald faced, corrected and learned of those mistakes. In the nineties McDonald was consolidated worldwide in countries where the culture was quite similar to the United...
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  • general topics
    Topics Is China a threat to the Indian software industry. Role of UN in peacekeeping. Position of Women in India compared to other nations. Environment Management. Is China better than India in software. Govt contribution to IT is china a threat to Indian industry India or west ,...
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  • Trompenaars vs. Hofstede
    Trompenaars vs. Hofstede 1. 2. Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 2 Cultural Dimensions of Hofstede and Trompenaars ................................................... 3 3. 4. 5. 6. ...
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  • Corporate Culture and the Indian Software Industry
    CORPORATE CULTURE AND THE INDIAN SOFTWARE INDUSTRY Introduction This article tries to explain the concept of corporate culture in general, its effects on the performance of employees in an organization. It then dwells on the specifics of the Indian software industry and then goes on to find out...
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  • Ap World History Early Latin America
    of Columbus’s idea B. Iberian Society and Tradition 1. Recreating Iberian life a. Urban cities surrounded by American Indians b. Conquerors as nobles with Indians as serfs c. Precedent of controlling African slaves 2. Political rule a. Professional bureaucracy b. Theocracy...
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