Knowing where you stand will empower you to be more successful in the global, intercultural workspace.
Formal and Informal Context.
How the mechanisms for success in Ascribed and Achieved status impact global talent management
Set the Stage for Improvement and then Develop Your Abilities
Make sense of the relational patterns of people in your organization and cater for diversity in your staff's cultural dimensions.
Time-Oriented or People-Oriented.
Growth is the first of 12 Dimensions of Culture that KnowledgeWorkx uses to map out the intercultural terrain. If you haven't already, you should read our article introducing the 12 Dimensions here .
How do you look to the future? The impact of innovation and tradition.
How differences in Destiny orientation can make or break your career and impact organizational development.
How Inclusive and Exclusive connecting can improve interaction and information sharing in your company.
Rules-Based or Relationship-Based in terms of Decision Making
The importance of recognizing direct and indirect communication styles for performance management, customer service, and corporate branding.
Individual vs. Community accountability and its effect on work relationships and performance management.
Application of the 12 Dimensions: Exploring the impact of innovation and tradition on how we look to the future
The application of the 12 Dimensions of Culture to international schools
Application of the 12 Dimensions: Understanding how different cultures make decisions based on either Rules or Relationships
Application of the 12 Dimensions of Culture: Understanding how the unwritten rules of what is appropriate and what is not appropriate in a given situation affect how we make sense of situations around us.