• Middle East vs Danes
    Part 1 5. Theoretical background a) Hofstede dimensions b) Trompenaars dimensions c) Hall theory d) Phatak and Habib Model 5. What is culture 6. Anthropological overview Part 2 7. Arabic culture 8. Danish culture a. Hofstede clusters b. Trompenaars dimensions Part 3 10. The language. A. Signs B. Linguistic...
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  • Assessment of Sustainability
    rating agency and its tools, this project analyses the expressed explanations both from the German and the Japanese perspective with support by Trompenaars and Galtung/ Welfords contributions. The definition of sustainability is not static, but describes the means of the process towards a more sustainable...
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  • Vodafone Group Plc Nz vs India
    | Contents Purpose of Investigation 3 Cultural Dimensions – Hofstede & Trompenaars 3 Introduction to Vodafone Group and its Culture 4 Internationalisation : Vodafone New Zealand 5 Internationalisation : Vodafone Essar...
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  • Mba-Chapter 1
    Self-AwarenessEmotional Intelligence Skill: Recall 13) Specific vs. diffuse refers to the cultural dimension that either general societal rules or relationships with others govern people's behavior. Answer: FALSE Explanation: Specific vs. diffuse refers to cultures that segregate life roles to maintain...
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  • Perception of Justice
    differences have been offered and are becoming more popular (House, Hanges, Javidan, Dorfman, & Gupta, 2004; Maznevski & DiStefano, 1995; Schwartz, 1994; Trompenaars, 1993). In most of the cases, Hofstede’s (1980) basic four dimensions are present in these models in some form and are supplemented with several...
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  • Intercultural Management - Dysney Case
    Communitarianism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p.9 C- Neutral / Affective . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
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  • Siafhakihcfakhfakhfkahfazfhszafh
    culture on business3. Culture is the best way in which people solve problems4. Feelings and relationships- affective vs neutral cultures 5. Intercultural communication6. Reconciling neutral and affective cultures7. Analysis of one aspect of culture- UNITED ARAB EMIRATES8. Literature 3. 1. Culture and International...
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  • International Business and Communication
    According to Lewis there are three distinct cultures, or categories that emerge, those are linear-active, multi-active and reactive. (Lewis, 1990) Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner developed a model as well of the seven dimensions of culture after spending 10 years researching the preferences and values of...
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  • Cross-Cultural Management Issues. a Comparative Study of Finland and Great Britain
    Power Distance 3 2.1.1 Individualism Vs Collectivism 4 2.1.2 Masculinity vs. Femininity 4 2.1.3 Uncertainty avoidance 5 2.2 Trompenaars 6 2.2.0 Universalism vs. Particularism 6 2.2.1 Neutral Vs. Emotional 7 2.2.2 Specific Vs. Diffuse 7 2.2.3 Achievement Vs. Ascription 7 3.0 Motivation 8 4.0...
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  • Kelly's Assignment in Japan Case Answers
    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. In addition, Japan is known for its power distance culture where formalities...
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  • Gms Notes
    global diversity * Understanding cultural differences (trompenaars): * Relationships with people * Universalism versus particularism * Individualism versus collectivism * Neutral versus affective * Specific versus diffuse * Achievement...
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  • Interculture Therotical Models
    turn impacts on thinking such as: five dimensions of culture values from Geert Hofstede, five orientations on dealing with other people from Fons Trompenaars, and ten basic values on analyzing cultures from Shalom Schwartz. 2.1. Theories from the course book[1] According to the scientific methods...
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  • Australia vs. Netherlands
    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. collectivism 3. Neutral vs. emotional 4. Specific vs. diffuse 5. Achievement vs. ascription 6. Sequential vs. synchronic...
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  • Hongkong Before and Today
    there was a shortage of time, only secondary data was used for this country report. The data was collected mainly from books such as Hofstede and Trompenaars, from other theses, newspapers, and internet. Major findings were that in business life Hong Kongers underline personal relation ships when in the...
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  • Student
    Cross culture Report for German and Denmark Table of content My own experience in Germany 2 The German culture in theory 2 Trompenaars dimensions of culture 2 Cultural Dimensions of Geert Hofstede 5 Key cross cultural values experienced during the cooperation, 8 Conclusion 9 Sources/list...
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    7 Hofstede cultural dimensions  Five cultural dimensions  Power-distance  Uncertainty avoidance  Individualism  Masculinity  Long vs. shortterm orientation Long-term orientation characteristics Social order Short-term orientation characteristics Personal survival Hierarchical...
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  • Cross Culture Management
    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 Synchronic……………...
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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 formal...
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  • Jiang
    Collectivism 4 4.1.3 Masculinity versus Femininity 4 4.1.4 Uncertainty Avoidance 4 4.1.5 Long term orientation 5 4.2 Cuban culture under Fons Trompenaars Cultural Dimensions 5 4.3 Cuban culture under Ednlard T. Hall Cultural Dimensions 6 5 Impact of culture on leadership and organization behavior...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    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 multiple group discussions to discuss various...
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