• Doctor Ross
    . Based on Trompenaars' dimensions of national culture, which cultural dimension does this debate most closely relate to? A. Universalism vs. particularism B. Affective vs. neutral C. Individualism vs. collectivism D. Achievement vs. ascription C In Trompenaars' dimensions of...
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  • IHRM culture
    , (iii) specific versus diffuse, (iv) neutral versus affective, (v) achievement versus ascription, (vi) past versus present (time dimension), and (vii) internal versus external control THE 7D MODEL OF CULTURE CULTURAL DIMENSION Relationships with People: Universalism vs. particularism...
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  • Article: Geert Hofstede vs. Fons Trompenaars
    responsible for the good functioning of the society and are the representation of the health of a society considering his degree of involvement in the development of the society. Neutral vs. Affective Relationships People in an affective culture can show up there emotions and their feelings...
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  • The Indian Culture Referring to the Seven Dimensions of Trompenaars
    and population, and is therefore hard to define. (Kobayashi-Hillary, Mark: 2004: 6) Regarding the Trompenaars´ first dimension Universalism vs. Particularism India is allocated to be particularistic-oriented. Indians focus on relationships rather than on the actual outcome. It is very important for...
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  • Cultural Dimensions and Their Impact on Business Practices
    Universalism/ particularism Individualism/ collectivism Achievement/ ascription Neutral/ affective Specific/ diffuse Internal/ external Time CULTURE DIMENSIONS’ IMPACT ON MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 5 Safety vs...
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  • Trompenaar's Dimensions
    ” decisions referred back by the delegates to the organization people ideally achieve objectives in groups and assume joint responsibility vacations are taken in organized groups of with extended family Neutral vs. Affective Relationships Neutral is characterized by: not revealing what one...
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  • Gms Notes
    hofstede’s dimension national culture * Understanding cultural differences ( trompenaars): Universalism vs Particularism ( what is more important, rules or relationships?) Individulism vs collectivism (do we function in a group as individuals?) Neutral vs affective (Do we display our...
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  • Trompenaars vs. Hofstede
    least a certain number of members make decisions and take responsibility. The dimension Neutral vs. Affective deals with the range of expressed feelings. Neutral societies avoid to demonstrate feelings and strong gestures and hence try to display controlled behavior. If someone reveals anger or...
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  • Cultural Study on Taiwan
    radical as the Japanese society. The citizens of Taiwan have a very strong sense of pertaining to a group. Hence their main belief is that an individual’s actions must be in the benefit of society. (McGraw-Hill/Irwin; Trompenaars). The third cultural dimension is Affective vs. Neutral. In affective...
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  • Venezuela Dimensions
    , France is more Individualistic. In Venezuela people are more comfortable with close proximity and stressing the importance of the family and social relationships. The French are more in competition with others and are looking after their individual success. Regarding the dimension Neutral/Affective...
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  • Cross Cultural
    . collectivism, this dimension addresses the extent to which individuals are comfortable dealing with other people (91% UK – 75% Spain). Neutral vs. affective, this dimension refers to the ways in which different cultures express relationships. In affective cultures it is natural to express emotions very...
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  • business in sweden
    lives Specific Clear separation of a person’s various roles. Neutral vs. affective Affective Reveal feelings verbally and non-verbally: emotional expression uninhibited Neutral Emotions are not show openly : Swedes are calm and controlled Achievement vs. ascription Achievement French...
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  • Seven Dimensions of Culture
    we display our emotions?” The degree to which individuals display their emotions. In an affective culture, people display their emotions and it is not deemed necessary to hide feelings. However, in a neutral culture, people are taught not to display their feelings overtly. The degree to which...
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  • Managing Across Culture
    universalistic and rationally develop inter personal relationship and trust bearing in mind the expected standards (Gesteland, 2005). Affective/ Emotional Vs Neutral: Affective and Neutral are terms used to represent emotions with in a culture. In affective cultures individuals tend to show their...
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  • Intercultural Management
    : They function in a group or as an individual? • Specific vs Diffuse cultures: How far do we get involved? • Affective vs Neutral cultures: Do we display our emotions? • Achievement vs Ascription: Do we have to prove ourselves to receive status or is it given to us? • Sequential...
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  • Importance of cross-cultural management in an international company: A practical guide in Japan
    . - Neutral vs. Affective Relationships Neutral is characterized by not revealing what one is thinking or feeling; hidden emotions; lack of physical contact. Affective is characterized by nonverbal and verbal display of thoughts and feelings; transparency and expressiveness in release of tensions...
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  • Cultural Dimension Theories
    tradition and social obligation) US Schwartz’s Value Survey (1992) – Embeddendness(鑲嵌) – (life come from social relation) vs Autonomy Intellectual Autonomy – creativity, phil. Argument Affective – ind. Postitive exp make ind feel gd (quality of life) Hierarchy vs Egalitarianism Mastery vs Harmony...
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  • Case
    Trompenaar Dimension Universalism vs. particularism Highest USA, Germany, Sweden Lowest Japan, Spain, China (particular) Neutral vs. affective Japan, UK, Germany Spain, Italy, China (affective) Organizational Culture Specific vs. diffuse UK, US, France Sweden, Spain, China...
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  • Cultural Frameworks
    “we” decisions referred back by the delegates to the organization people ideally achieve objectives in groups and assume joint responsibility vacations are taken in organized groups of with extended family Neutral vs. Affective Relationships Neutral is characterized by: not revealing what one is...
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  • International HRM
     development       TROMPENAAR  &  HAMPDEN  TURNER’s  7  Cultural  Dimensions   -­‐ Social  Interactions   1. Neutral  vs.  Affective   Norms  governing  expressions  of  emotionality  at  work   2. Individualism  vs...
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