The Role of Culture. The Meanings and Dimensions of Culture. Mark McKenna BUS 162 (6), International and Comparative Management San Jose State University.
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The Role of Culture
The Meanings and Dimensions of Culture
BUS 162 (6), International and Comparative Management
San Jose State University
Chapters 4, Hodgetts, Luthans and Doh, International Management: Culture, Strategy and Behavior , 6th edition (New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2006)
Adapted from PowerPoint slides by R. Dennis Middlemist, Professor of Management, Colorado State University
Priorities of Cultural Values: United States, Japan, and Arab Countries
United StatesJapanArab Countries
Note: “1” represents the most important cultural value, “10” the least.
Adapted from Table 4-1: Priorities of Cultural Values: United States, Japan, and Arab Countries
Adapted from Figure 4–2: Comparing Cultures as Overlapping Normal Distributions
How the Americans see the French:
How the French see the Americans:
Adapted from Figure 4–3: Stereotyping from the Cultural Extremes
The explicit artifacts and products of the society
The norms and values that guide the society
The implicit, basic assumptions that guide people’s behavior
Adapted from Figure 4–1: A Model of Culture
Adapted from Figure 4–8: A Synthesis of Country Clusters