INTRODUCTION All social behaviour is embedded in a particular context and is connected to other deeply held values and beliefs. This means that the stakes are high for mismanaging cultural differences. Ignoring or mishandling differences can mean an inability to retain and motivate employees, misreading the potential of cross-border alliances, marketing and advertising blunders, and failure to build sustainable sources of competitive advantage. Mismanaging cultural differences can render otherwise successful managers and organisations ineffective and frustrated when working across cultures. When successfully managed, however, differences in the culture can lead to innovative business practices, faster and better learning within the organisation, and sustainable sources of competitive advantage (Hoecklin, 1996) .From this point of view, any company who wants to carry out or manage business successfully in another should understand the culture of the host country clearly.
in other words, immigrates who travel to other countries for work, they might be oppressed because of their necessity needs. in addition to this, the racism can be the issue which faced by many people when they move to another country. however, this is not always the negative point, as it can be positive one. in more words, immigrates can benefit from the life they live more than the original citizen. this will rise tensions and hostilities between both people.
Rather, focusing on talent employees or managers is more efficient to make useful knowledge because they may have more intelligence and experiences to response the issues. Thus, this is a better approach than the first option in terms of costs, speedy delivery and
Therefore, these conditions made me afraid if we cannot reach an agreement in completing our task. Subsequently, after we did our assignment and worked together as a team, I realized that the most important consideration in working with multicultural group is respected. This might be because of individuals tending to be required working in-group where another members can respect their culture and potential. This is similar to The Johari Window concept because it also describes that by increasing ‘Open Area’, team members can be more trustworthy and hence they can be more respect each other. This model also explains that people should learn about background that they come in contact with in order to achieve group objectives.
They make these decisions with acquiring the detailed information which can help Asda flourish. The mangers would apply the positive influence through these decisions. The managers could help Asda accomplish many aims and objectives by playing a key role in assisting Asda to tackle more challenging aspects which will help them flourish even more as a PLC That just highlights just how much influence a manager can exert into Asda. However, a manager can also exert a negative influence into Asda but they will not do this intentionally. This is because; a bad decision can lead to directly harming Asda.
Self-managed teams offer a number of advantages that could be used at Sandwich Blitz; including stronger commitment, employee and customer satisfaction, improved quality, enhanced efficiency, and faster product and service development. There are some drawbacks though, one which self-managed teams are difficult to implement and they risk failure when used in inappropriate situations or without sufficient leadership or support. Some organizations have been disappointed with the results from self-managing teams. Putting one of these teams in place in Sandwich Blitz could prove to be highly beneficial to the production. Self-managed teams are difficult to implement, and Dalman along with Lei would need to take that into consideration and be willing to invest some of their time into developing the team and then removing their self once they feel comfortable with team handling the situations.
The results are also filtered to prioritise results from that particular geographical location in order to make them accurate to what the user may be searching for. The advantage of this is that the service is easily accessible and suitable to an international market who may not necessarily speak English, as well as better suited to fit their needs by the filtering of results. On the other hand, the disadvantage may be the complexity and therefore increased production and maintainance costs. Google staff who are fluent in the chosen languages would have also had to be hired, making it difficult to manage such a high number of staff. Additionally, multiple new high-performance servers would have had to be bought in order to sustain the exponential increase in the database.
Although verbal communication is particularly effective in conveying information it has its disadvantages. These include the difficulty in understanding one another due to accents as well as the speaking of foreign languages. This would affect the Marriott as if they had an international customer who spoke minimal English it would be hard for the Marriott staff to interact with that customer and hence could hinder that customer’s experience. Multi-Media Multimedia is a good form of information as it can engage a large audience and it is also particularly effective in delivering a message. Multimedia would be particularly effective for businesses such as the Marriott as it can show information to a large number of its
For employers non disagreeable employees may have far better ideas and have the nerves to push and insist them, yet sometimes this could be a threat to them because this could create a non harmonious relationship in the workplace. Non agreeable employees tend to be more focus and engage with their work but they are cold, aggressive and reserve compared to
There are advantages as well as disadvantages to hiring either. However, the candidates that are PCNs or HCNs can learn from one another and bring with them something that the company needs. Some countries have national localization policies that may require the company to hire locals rather than international employees. HCN employees may not understand the parent company’s culture. Nevertheless, the company can deal with this by basing their hiring decisions on certain criteria that will serve to increase identification with the company and its values.