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Students heading out into a life in business can be lost in a world of clashing cultures. Even those from blended families or second generation immigrant families, or who have done the 21st-century Grand Tour taking in Nepal and Thailand and Interrailing through...
Now is the time to explore and collectively agree on a Global Meeting Standard Across cultures, there are different sets of unspoken rules and customs of conducting and participating in meetings. Due to intangible and unnoticed meeting cultural differences, meetings...
The webinar dilemma. The great dilemma when moving from face to face classes to online video-based tools is how to project what works in a classroom, what we know from years of developing our own style, and engagement methods, and yet take the time to reflect on and...
When did you last enjoy being part of a (culturally) diverse team? Diverse teams have three options: They may end up in conflict, they may perform like regular teams, or they may outperform such teams in creative and cooperative potential.
Novels and films are a window for us to look into other cultures. A good story can transport us into an alien culture, make us experience what others experience, understand what they understand, and feel what they feel. Without good translations, however, even the best stories have diminished cross-cultural appeal.
Case studies and the study by Schnabel remind us of how carefully we need to design the feedback phase when working with an intercultural assessment tool.
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