• Communication Style and Cultural Features in High/Low Context Communication Cultures : a Case Study of Finland, Japan and India
    discussing Finland, Japan and India, we will first reflect on Hall’s theory of high vs. low context cultures (Hall, 1959, 1966, 1976, 1983; Hall & Hall, 1990). Second, wewill attempt to analyse certain features of Finnish, Japanese and Indian cultures in the light of Lewis’s (1999, 2005) and Hofstede’s...
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  • Essay India
    Government and Contribution India government has collaborated with foreign countries like China, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Australia (India 2011). Furthermore, India has opened up its market to foreign retailers to enter the Indian retail market (Johnson 2012). 3.3 Analysis...
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  • Culture Differences in Organizations
    your actions? What is more agreeable, following a universal rule book or creating our own?   House was enlightened with advancements that have taken place in Indian culture .Topics such as growth of foreign investments in India, supplier-buyer relation, relationship with consumers, choice in terms of...
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  • Trompenaars vs. Hofstede
    their culture especially in the workplace. The first dimension refers to identity. The dimension Collectivism vs. individualism reflects the relationship between an individual and the group. In more individualistic societies the emphasis is put on freedom, personal achievement and individual...
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  • Cultural Values
    culture within us as we grow. “Respect one another” is another lesson that is taught from the books of Indian culture. All people are alike and respecting one another is ones duty. In foreign countries the relation between the boss and the employee is like a master and slave and is purely monetary...
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  • Cross Cultural Management Practices Mcdonald's
    culture of foreign countries. The types of foods are symbolic to particular regions, religions and mores. Differences between India and US politics, economics, social development and ideology became obstacles to international enterprises operating in India. Corporate culture could not be understood...
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  • Schedule
    and Accent * Indian Language | * Audio and Video Presentation | | Behavioral Etiquettes | * Non-Verbal Cues * Body language * Gestures * Table Manners | * lecture * Presentation | Day 2(9.00am to 5.00pm) | 4 Dimension of culture | * Relationship Vs Rules * The...
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  • Apush Notes
    (Women, Blacks, Indians) -Economic Impact -Foreign Policy -Yorktown and Treaty of Paris (1783) -Aftermath -New State Constitutions (Democratic Features) -Articles of Confederation -Accomplishments -Weaknesses -Land Ordinances (1785 and 1787) -Shays’ Rebellion -Need for a...
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  • Indian Car Industry
    : Consumer Perception, Global brands, Local brands, consumer preference, Country-of-origin, foreign brand, globalness, Consumer ethnocentrism. This study examines consumer perception of global brands vs. local brands in the Indian car industry. Consumer brand perceptions have substantial...
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  • Ikea India
    IKEA store in India we recommend to use the model of franchising because the FDI regulations restrict large foreign direct investments. Having a look at the cultural differences we recommend adapting and reconciling to the Indian culture, and sending appropriate representatives. As said before, there...
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  • Vodafone Group Plc Nz vs India
    : • Universalism vs. Particularism (see next sub-section) • Individualism vs. Communitarianism (see next sub-section) • Neutral vs. Emotional – A culture in which emotions are kept in check against a culture where emotions are conveniently expressed without any constraints...
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  • essay
    Appealed and won to UN  right for individuals in minorities to enjoy culture and practice religion Canada embarrassed  Act to Ament Indian Act, 1985 Separate womanness from Nativeness, as if violations of Native Women’s rights are not violation of Native rights Resistance Afraid of...
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  • An Essay: the Importance of Intercultural Competence
    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 these variables is very important when dealing with foreign...
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  • Cross Culture Capability
    , cited in Elsayed-Elkhously and Buda, 1997), which convincingly proves the prevalence of communitarian factor in Arabic culture. Summary of key differences and similarities in the behavior of the three and some recommendations thereafter. Dimensions | American Manager | Indian Manager | Arabic...
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  • To Measure the Effectiveness of Media
    that it would empower them to interact with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds. Moreover, CCT training is now extended to members of multicultural teams are being prepared using techniques of CCT. The trend of globalization is providing opportunities for Indian firms to reach foreign...
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  • Study Guide 1
    Combination/influence of hindi or any other language on English 21. Variation in Indian Languages Home language vs. market language Caste and regional variations Religious variations Elitist variation vs. bazaar variation 22. Important Scripts in India Devanagri Hindi, Marathi, Sanskrit, and...
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  • Something About India
    ://ebooks.iaccp.org/ongoing_themes/chapters/ghosh/ghosh.php?file=ghosh&output=screen Wikia (Unknown, no date) Indian Culture: Masculinity vs. Femininity http://internationalbusiness.wikia.com/wiki/Indian_Culture:_Masculinity_vs._Femininity ClearlyCultural (Unknown, Jun 9th, 2009) Uncertainty Avoidance...
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  • Foreign Managnent
    . The former can cause problems because it can steer employees from “correcting” decision makers about problems, similar to what happened with Toyota. Safety vs. Risk is different from culture to culture as well. In some cultures risk is encouraged because it can set you apart in your industry, while...
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  • general topics
    software. Govt contribution to IT is china a threat to Indian industry India or west , which is the land of opportunities water resources should be nationalized "BALANCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONALISM AND FAMILY" Effect of cinema on Youth Education in India compared to Foreign nations...
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  • Culture and Consumer Behavior
    Eastern culture it includes vast world stretching from Egypt and Russia to India and Indonesia. It is perfectly legitimate for us to take up study of subcultures of this Eastern culture like the Russian culture or Indian culture. A combination group or cross-culture group like “Indian immigrants” can...
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