Culture: International Business Applications (USF)
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- Q 1/10Score 0Answer the following three questions based on this video: 1. The following sentence: "We pay each worker according to the number of designs, period" will most probably work well in:29Lockheed Martin (Fort Worth)Sony (Tokyo)Toyota (Nagoya Plant)Komatsu (Osaka)
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- Q1Answer the following three questions based on this video: 1. The following sentence: "We pay each worker according to the number of designs, period" will most probably work well in:Lockheed Martin (Fort Worth)Sony (Tokyo)Toyota (Nagoya Plant)Komatsu (Osaka)Video60s
- Q2Question 2 (based on the short Hofstede video above): If a worker at MacDonalds (Kichijoji franchise, Tokyo), does not perform sufficiently, we will____.tell him/her that he/she will be fired next week if he/ashe does not performtake away some of his/her paynever fire him/herfire him/her60s
- Q3Question 3 (based on Hofstede): We should tell each worker exactly what the job entails at_____.Nissan Head Office, Ginza, TokyoGeneral Motors accounting department (Osaka, Japan).Ford's planning division (Yokohama, Japan)Home Depot Lakeland South60s
- Q4The following three questions are based on the Globe Project (cultural dimensions): Question 7: When there is a huge power distance in India, the workers will like ______.'meet the boss' meetingsa system of consensus decision makinga practice of inviting workers to my homeClear lines of reportingVideo60s
- Q5Question 8 (Globe): Sweden is said to provide more opportunities for female workers, it is called a high____ country.gender egalitarianismassertivenesshumane orientationfuture orientation60s
- Q6Question 9 (Globe) New Zeeland managers are said to seek consensus and cooperation in decision making. So, Globe would classify New Zeeland as______.high on power distancehigh on humane orientationhigh on assertivenesslow on assertiveness60s
- Q7Question 10: I have been promoted to general manager of Goodrich in Egypt. Goodrich has a deadline to meet and under huge pressure. A key production worker came to ask me if he/she could attend to his ill grandmother and stay at home for a day or two. You say: _________."Yes, but then you have to do some overtime tomorrow", because Egypt is low on future orientation"Sure, we will make other changes", because of the high humane orientation in Egypt."Not at all", this is an assertive country."Yes, but you yourself have to make it up before the deadline" because Egypt is a very individualistic country60s
Hofstede's identified the fact that cultures deal with the fact that people are different (physically, intellectually, and status) and called it his __________distance dimension
videoq:hKNeFHBPgRo:10:70//What is a significant difference between the cultures of the USA and Japan based on this clip?
None of the above
Japanese place individual freedom above all
Japanese believe in reincarnation and therefore doing good deeds on earth
Japanese identify with the company and not the job.30s
If you have a Ph.D. but belong to the Dalit caste in India, you cannot marry someone from a higher caste.
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