Cross-Cultural Human Resources Management

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Cross-Cultural Human Resources Management
Abstract: As human resources management and organizational culture are closely related, it is very meaningful to study human resource management from the cultural and cross-cultural perspective. Effective management of cross cultural human resources is the guarantee of Chinese enterprises running successfully under cross cultural background and region. The article concerns that the following aspects should be understanding of the cross-cultural human resources management.
Key words: cross-cultural human resources management capability
1 Introduction
Now the world is experiencing the unprecedented political reorganization and the international economy order which changes day by day. This
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The definition of culture in the United States "Lang Man Modern English dictionary" is "artistry of the thought and other activities as well as their production. These definitions are too general and broad. We should study at the point of business management to explore the narrow, more specially cultural essence and the essential factor. The well-known American expert Etal, in the study of organizational behavior, gives the definition to culture. Culture is a set of basic assumptions of the model discovered by a special crowd, when they learned how to adapt to the outside world and solve the problem of the internal integrity. And this set of pattern continuously operates well and is regarded effective. Thus it is treated as an correct way to teach the new members who join this crowd in the sensation, pondering and feeling.
As human resources management and organizational culture are closely related, it is very meaningful to study human resource management from the cultural and cross-cultural perspective.
Seeing from the perspective of human resource management separately, human resource management will tend to take an unified internal position. Its basic requirement is to organize members to work together for the common interests and exclude the effects of the conflict, and so as to the achievement of common goals. But it is often a matter of wishful thinking. There is often a strong unifying culture
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