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A New Cross Cultural Model : Richard Lewis

By CamilleLC Nov 04, 2012 294 Words
Introduction
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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• Talk about 12 languages • Started his own communication company to help businesses to set up in an international difficult context and counsel for a better understanding between foreign business cultures • Also famous for his cross cultural researches, the Lewis model.

The Lewis model: what is culture?
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The Lewis Model

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National cultures

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The Lewis model:

components of culture
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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The Lewis model: components of culture
Introduction
The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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The Lewis model: differents layers
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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The Lewis model: areas of misunderstanding
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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What can we do to avoid misunderstanding?

The Lewis model: 3 profiles
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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3 profiles: the multi-active
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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• Ex: Brazil, Chile, Mexico
N.Durand, C.Larroze-Chicot, T.Lemke

3 profiles: the linear-active
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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• Ex: Germany, Switzerland
N.Durand, C.Larroze-Chicot, T.Lemke

3 profiles: the reactive
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The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

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• Ex: China

National cultures
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The Lewis Model

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Mediators
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• Better understand the others business cultures
o integrate migrants into workforce. o Recruiting difference. o adapted strategy all around the world.

The Lewis Model

3 profiles

National cultures

• To conclude this model can enable people to find compatibilities between a person style and a culture. Thus it can make the management, business in general, easier. • http://www.cultureactive.com/

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