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Person opinion on these questions. A slew of research points to the fact that performance is significantly reduced in an individualistic culture in work team assignments. What is responsible for this? How should multinational managers address this phenomenon?

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Culture plays a large part in how we work together in any situation. If we are individualistic our only vested interested interest is ourselves whereas in a cooperative environment the group's vested interest will matter to those with in the group. In the workplace, having an individualistic culture means there are likely high performers on the individual contributor level. This will function in smaller organizations where there may only be one person per task so the need for a high functioning individual is crucial. When small organizations grow part of the "growing ...

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How groups perform based on culture and how to create this on a multinational level.

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