among leaderships and employees. Organizational culture and national culture are significantly important in current marketing environment. Organizational culture mainly shows the value and the roles inside the organization. However, national culture is the directing of organizational culture and influence both leadership and employees deeply from their personal values. Furthermore, the relationship between organizational culture and national culture has impacts on leaderships, employees, job satisfaction
Comparison of American and Chinese legal culture Abstract: The legal culture is a national, regional or national basis in certain social and material conditions, the state power by the creation of a common legal system constraints and determine the status of the legal system of values and attitudes in the whole society and culture. Thus, each country has its own unique legal culture. By selecting the most typical American and Chinese legal cultures of two different aspects: the legal standard, comparative
1. Introduction Hofstede (1991) argued that culture was a social phenomenon, people had a mind programming which could distinguish with other people. According to Trompenaars (1997), ‘culture is a way a group of people act to solve problems.’ This report has introduced two approaches to look at culture, which are Geert Hofstede’s four cultural dimensions and Fons Trompenaars’ seven cultural dimensions. There are mainly demonstrated national cultural by critically evaluate these two approaches. The
approaches to understanding national culture and how relevant is such an understanding to an internationalising firm. Index 1.- Introduction 3 2.- Aproaches to National Culture 4 2.1.- Hall’s Context Culture Model 5 2.2.- Hofstede 's Cultural Dimensions Theory 5 2.3.- Trompenaars ' Model of National Culture Differences 5 3.- Conclusion 6 4.- Bibliography 7 1.- Introduction According to Hofstede definition, it is possible to develop the idea of national culture as a culture for a particular group
Running head: An Analysis of Organizational Culture An Analysis of Organizational Culture Abstract The following is an observation and analysis of the role an organization’s values play on the development and state of its culture. This analysis is based on five interviews of both male and female workers from a privately owned manufacturing company with annual revenues exceeding a billion dollars. In forming my conclusions, I will analyze the synthesis of
From the results, I learnt that I do not have a strong preference for any particular organisational structure or culture. This was not a surprise to me as I discovered from my experience in multiple corporations that most combinations of organisational structure and culture can be successful given effective leadership. However, I did notice a similar trait in all the effective leaders that I have worked with. They all possess excellent interpersonal
section the theoretical arguments on corporate culture by Schein will initiate a discussion on the role of corporate culture in intercultural communication. The discussion will serve as a basis for an assessment of how well the corporate culture is transferred and shared between the Danish headquarter of Flying Tiger to the Japanese partner Sazaby league Ltd. Following the arguments of Schein, it can be concluded that a unified constructive corporate culture is strengthening the performance of firms.
understand the traditions of different nations and their practices. This paper compares China’s national culture with that of New Zealand, their influence on the respective corporate cultures, management structure, and strategies while also incorporating organization management theories. There is no other country where the economy has rapidly and fundamentally changed like it has in China. The national culture has changed, and managers in China today feel that they have little to learn from the West.
of the major strengths of the culture metaphor rests in the fact that it directs attention to the symbolic significance of even the most rational parts of organizational life" ( Morgan, G. 1986) Discuss the issues raised in the quotation above, and comment on: • • • the effects of organization culture on the design of organization structure; the effects of national culture on organization culture; and the ways in which power exists in different organization cultures. Metaphor is a method to explain
Kate Grenville's episodic novel Joan Makes History (1988) is also "good to think with" in term of national identity. Grenville deviates from exploring Amanda Lohrey's suggestion of a "suitable past" (1996). Instead of celebrating what Lohrey describes as "mindless nationalism" (1996, p 150), in the invented traditions of Australian society, national identity, political progression and territory, Grenville explores the key periods of Australian history through the first-person narration, presenting