• Perception of Justice
    - gender egalitarism (House et al., 2004), relationship to nature (Maznevski & DiStefano, 1995), hedonism and securing (Schwartz, 1994), universal-particular and affective-neutral (Trompenaars, 1993). The analysis provided in this article will be mainly based on Hofstede’s framework. In several...
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  • Using Trompenaar's Cultural Value Dimensions to Manage the Shift from the South African Management Environment to the Canadian Management Environment
    lies in this observation, but it certainly goes a long way toward an understanding of the dynamics at work in the Canadian workplace. Another observation that I made when I started working in Canada relates to Trompenaars’ third cultural value dimension: affective and neutral emotional orientations...
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  • International Business and Communication
    without ever losing face. This description matches most Asian countries and high context cultures. According to Trompenaars cultural dimensions these cultures represent Communitarianism, particularism, external control, diffuseness, ascribed status oriented and neutral cultures. (Wooliams, 2003...
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  • Riding the Waves of Culture
    their hearts on their GENDER, ETHNICITY AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY 228 Figure 15.5 Neutral vs affective Percentage of respondents (strongly) agreeing that too much has been given away in their enthusiasm % 0 20 40 35 Female Male 60 80 100 80 100 54 48 SHRM...
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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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  • Hongkong Before and Today
    between the neighbourhoods in the same building (Trompenaars 1997, 81-85). 4.3.4 Affective Cultures versus Neutral Cultures Do we display our emotions? In an affective culture people find it is not necessary to hide feelings and keep them inside. Expressing emotions and is natural and appropriate...
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  • Middle East vs Danes
    particularists’ culture the kinship had its unique obligation and should be given priority. II. Communitarianism vs. individualism (the group vs. the individual): It is almost the same dimension of Hofstede; hence, Trompenaars uses ’communitarianism’ instead of collectivism. III. Neutral vs. affective...
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  • Cross-Cultural Management Issues. a Comparative Study of Finland and Great Britain
    Lutheran church. (Hampden-Turner, 2000) (Tixier, 1996) 2.2.1 Neutral Vs. Emotional In relationships everyone shows emotion to a different degree. In trompenaars study it was found that 41% of Finnish would not openly show emotion compared to 45% of British. “For Finns, it is not done to be...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    -cultural management” manner. I personally saw the difference when we got to discuss and discover the dimensions of Hofstede’s, Trompenaars, and GLOBE projects. Such dimensions include universalism vs. particularism, individualism vs. collectivism, neutral vs. emotional, etc… We also got engaged in...
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  • sadasdasd
    Spending-centred Long-term outcomes Short to medium term outcomes Pakistan, Nigeria, Phillippines, Canada, Zimbabwe, UK, US, Germany China, HK, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, India, Brazil, Singapore 8 Trompenaars’ 7f cultural dimensions model  Universalism vs particularism...
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  • Cross Culture Management
    Term and Short Term Orientation........................................ 5 6. Universalist or Particularist……………………….…………….. 5 7. Neutral/Diffuse or Specific/Affective............................................5 8. Ascription or Achievement ………………………………........... 5 9. Sequential or...
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  • Interculture Therotical Models
    . Now there are some relations between the matrix and the seven dimensions which are Universalism vs. Particularism, Individualism vs. Collectivism, Neutral vs. emotional, Specific vs. diffuse, Achievement vs. ascription, Sequential vs. synchronic, and Inter directed vs. outer directed. Among them, the...
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  • Trompenaars Dimensions
    Trompenaars and Hamden Turner classified cultures along a mix of behavioral and value patterns. Their research focuses on the cultural dimensions of business executives. 1. Universalism vs. Particularism (What is more important, rules or relationships?) Universalistic Countries: focus more on...
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  • Kelly's Assignment in Japan Case Answers
    revealed the Japanese collective, high context and masculine culture and how different it is from the American culture. Moreover, the Americans and Germans ,being affective cultures, accepted to talk about their achievements and families whereas the Japanese did not as they were more neutral and formal...
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  • Australia vs. Netherlands
    Assignment 1: Cross-Cultural Dimensions Describe the effect of the cross-cultural dimensions of both Hofstede and Trompenaars on two subjects for both your home country as the country of your internship Trompenaars Australia 1. Universalism vs. particularism 2. Individualism vs...
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  • Hofstede
     : What is most important - rules or relationships? Individualism vs. Collectivism : Do we function in a group or as individuals? Neutral vs. emotional : Do we display our emotions, or do we hide them? Specific vs. diffuse : Do we handle our relationships in specific and predetermined ways, or do we see...
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  • Student
    and comfortable and free! Our German friends are warm hearted and very nice what I like most is everything is so cheap and they have the best beer of the world. The German culture in theory Trompenaars dimensions of culture  Universalism vs. particularism Is an index to show what is more...
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  • Jiang
    time versus synchronous time, and internal direction versus outer direction (Charles and Trompenaars, 1997). The dimension universalism vs. particularism deals with what is more important, rule or relationship. In Cuba, people believe that relationships can be more important, which is largely decided...
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  • culture dimension
    vs. Pragmatic Trompenaars/Hampden-Turner’s Seven Orientations (Mind Tools) Universalism vs. Particularism Individualism vs. Communitarianism Specific vs. Diffuse Neutral vs. Emotional Achievement vs. Ascription Sequential vs. Synchronous Time Internal vs. Outer Direction There are...
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  • Tagline Appeals
    (Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner, 2000). The third dimension is neutral versus emotional. This dimension evaluates the culture by the degree to which the rationale or emotion dominates relationships between people. People in emotionally neutral cultures control their emotions, but those in affective cultures...
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