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Chapter 05 - Managing Across Cultures Chapter 05 Managing Across Cultures True / False Questions 1. A company with a geocentric predisposition allows the values and interests of the parent company to guide the strategic decisions. True False 2. Firms with a polycentric predisposition make strategic decisions tailored to suit the cultures of the countries where the MNC operates. True False 3. An ethnocentric...

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Chapter 05 - Managing Across Cultures Chapter 05 Managing Across Cultures True / False Questions 1. A company with a geocentric predisposition allows the values and interests of the parent company to guide the strategic decisions. True False 2. Firms with a polycentric predisposition make strategic decisions tailored to suit the cultures of the countries where the MNC operates. True False 3. An ethnocentric predisposition leads a firm to try to blend its own interests with those of its subsidiaries on a regional basis. True False 4. A company with a geocentric predisposition tries to integrate a global systems approach to decision making. True False 5. A firm with an ethnocentric predisposition may find it difficult to implement a geocentric strategy, because it is unaccustomed to using global integration. True False 6. A globalization imperative is a belief that one worldwide approach to doing business is the key to both efficiency and effectiveness.

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