Or maybe a manager recently expatriated to the USA? No matter where you come from and where you go, expatriation always relies on long adaptation phases to your new environment.
It will enable you to work effectively and confidently in an ever-changing world. Whether internally in South Africa working with different ethnicities, or working with other African nationalities across borders, with this masterclass you will gain a deeper understanding and discover how to utilize cultural competence as strength when dealing with cultural diversity.
Learning objectives Using a multi-method approach including case studies, exercises and lively intercultural discussions, this programme will: If applicable, the scores will be compared with other countries in the world.
Audience The course is meant for managers and employees who want to work more effectively in a global environment. Even professionals with a long standing experience in intercultural management are generally very pleased with the course, since it provides the framework, the tool, to use this experience strategically in decision making, leadership and design.
Your itim International Consultant: Alette Vonk Itim International consultants facilitating the seminars have first-hand experience of living and working abroad.
Continued learning and sharing of experiences means they are all equipped with global knowledge and local insights. This time the course will be given by Alette Vonk. She is an OD- and intercultural management consultant.
Alette combines practical wisdom and business experience with a passion for the creativity of cultural differences and this is the second time she will give this Masterclass in Cape Town.
Cape Town, South Africa exact location will be communicated Price: Mail to alette itim. Conclusion Itim International has consultants all over the world, and the Hofstede 6-D model is used in Business schools and corporate companies worldwide.
However, not many of the consultants are based on the African continent. Having the chance to follow this course now in Cape Town is a real opportunity. Write to alette itim.Occasional Paper 6 BY JUDITH IRWIN Doing Business in China: An overview of Hofstede identified five ‘cultural dimensions’ by which he ranked nationalities (see Table 1).1 Chinese Culture and the masculine work role model of male achievement, control, and power.
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Case studies from a short-term, faculty-led program to Ghana . other people Japanese and Norwegian culture, Geert Hofstede model: National culture dimensions: We are going to compare Japan business culture with Norwegian business culture by looking deeper into Geert Hofstede’s six cultural dimensions.
1. Keywords: culture, developing countries, Ghana, Hofstede. INTRODUCTION The most influential model of culture is probably Hofstede's six dimension model.
Hofstede defines culture as, "the collective programming of the mind that distinguishes the members of .
cultural content in terms of the relative ordering of beliefs, values and assumptions. Organizational culture adapts overtime to cope with the dynamic changes and meet the vary- ing demands of the organization in its quest for gaining competitive advantage in all its activi-.