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Cross Cultural Conflicts in Organizations

The most common causes of cross-cultural conflict in organizations are perception of the problem, the other party and ones-self. Another common culturally related issue is the competition for resources such as budget, human resources or talent and the attention of the administrative decision makers. These concepts are explored and exemplified.

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Cross Cultural Conflicts in Organizations

The most common causes of cross-cultural conflict in organizations are perception of the problem, the other party and ones-self. Another common culturally related issue is the competition for resources such as budget, human resources or talent and the attention of the administrative decision makers.

The perception that the must be a winner and a loser is a cultural construct. There is the option of shared or communal thinking which is not ...

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