he decision-making processes in multinational organisations are linked to several variables, such as political, social and legal elements. In the growth of international trade, foreign direct investment and the cross border flow of technology, increased emphasis is placed on culture in business. Culture is taking on a vital role in ensuring benefits for businesses, mainly with regard to business success or risk. The integration of cultural characteristics with management practice is now considered
to interpretation with a theological significance based on our understanding. Scope of Comparative Study Academic attention in comparative studies focused on either individual features or literary preservation of traditions. Comparative research can be divided into three categories: 1) individual elements, 2) worldview concepts, and 3) literary preservation. Conclusions Walton listed ten principles for performing comparative studies and stated four goals for undertaking background studies.