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“Managers must recognize the values that they share with the people of other cultures in order to understand the values of those cultures different from their own.”
Dr. Ian Lawrence.
Leads Metropolitan University.

Date: 15/06/2014

For Nakib Ahmed
Business Management 104

By-Vishwas Kolla Prakash, Vivek Patel, Selina Szito and Shivudu Godda.


Intercultural management is also called as cross cultural management. It is very important to know about other cultures where diversity exists as it helps companies run rewarding efficient, effective and highly productive organizations. There are many aspects of intercultural management that have direct and significant impacts on both employees’
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One critical objective is to get employees to mirror organizational culture so that there is no misalignment, gaps and disconnects. Everything must work in sync and in harmony for the organization stability and survivability demographics continually change, therefore organization must be flexible and ready to address that change. To not address the change would put the organization itself at risk of future failure. Today organization must understand that if there is anything that is stead-fast and unchanging, it is change itself. Change is inevitable and change always occurs. How organizations deal with that change can determine success or failure.
Cultural management is key to success. Certainly, this is an excellent answer. Increasing an organizations cultural intelligence is not an easy task.
In this paper we have used the historical background of Management cultures in India, China, U.K and U.S. It also highlights the various cross cultural problems and adjustments which the company has to make in order to succeed in. The Conclusion has been drawn after the extensive research in different cross cultural areas where making a small adjustment will make a big difference. To support our research we have used various models which have been discussed by the famous author’s like Rosenzweig and F. T. Anbari It also highlights the implications of these cultural differences on management and team member’s practices.

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