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Resolving Universalist and Particularist Dilemmas

Posted by mjmedlock on January 8, 2011 in Intercultural management |

The topic of this TED talk is actually to do with practical wisdom, but it is useful for students of intercultural management as well becuase illustrates some examples of how to approach resolving intercultural dilemmas; in particular the universalist vs particularist dilemma. Use Barry Scwartz’s approach to think about how you would resolve other intercultural […]

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Tromprenaar’s 5 Relationship Dimensions of Culture

Posted by mjmedlock on November 1, 2010 in intercultural communication |

Here’s a summary of Trompenaars’ 5 dimensions of culture that concern how we deal with people. I only have them as slides at the moment. I’ll record them with a commentary when I have time later this week. You’ll then be able to see them in video format on YouTube. When viewing the slides / […]

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Non-verbal cultural communication

Posted by mjmedlock on October 30, 2010 in intercultural communication |

Here are the slideshows if you’d like to view the non-verbal communication presentations again or you’d like to look at what other groups did. I’ll add more when people send them to me. I’ll also put in the presentation notes when I receive them. Feel free to comment on them, that’s how we learn! Like […]

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Daniel Pink TED Talk The Surprising Science of Motivation

Posted by mjmedlock on October 11, 2010 in Motivation theory |

In his talk at TED Daniel Pink presented ideas about how people are motivated to solve problems using their creativity. His main message was that business was not implementing ideas that science has repeatedly proved work. More than that, they were continuing to use motivation policies that actually reduced performance! Watch the video again if […]

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