-One that pursues a markedly independent course in thought or action. -One that advocates or practices individualism.
-free will is highly value.
-same value standard apply to all universalism.
-other people seen as potential.
-task prevails over relationship.
-calculative model of employer employee relationship.
-become more innovative or excel in their responsibilities.
-opinions can lead to robust discussions and debates, resulting in processes that are more efficient.
-results depands on employee’s teamwork.
-powerful opinions can lead to workplace clashes with colleagues or managers.
-a political or economic theory advocating collective control especially over production and distribution. -a system marked by such control.
-emphasis on collective rather than individual action or identity.
-emphasis on coorperation and teamwork.
-work together to achieve satisfaction and quality for customers, rather than tending to their own clients and ignoring the needs of other customers.
-workplace engenders “free riders” who don’t fully complete duties, knowing that others will pick up the slack.
-workers may feel less confident about suggesting innovations, their individual efforts might not be recognized and rewarded.
Large Power Distance (Power Respect)
-large power distance are very deferential to figures of authority and generally accepted an unequal distribution of power. -people don’t question the decisions of their leaders.
-relationships are not close.
-leaders are expected to earn more money and respect.
-subordinates expect to have their jobs and responsibilities dictated to them.
-in some cases, will not articulate disagreement with authority for fear of the consequences for stirring up conflict.
-hierachy reflect on existentional inequality...
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