mgmt427_2.3ModuleReview.docx - Alex Hetrick 2.3 End of Module Review 1 List and briefly describe Kluckhohn and Strodtbecks five dominant

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Alex Hetrick 2.3 End of Module Review 1. List and briefly describe Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck’s five dominant value-orientations. Then give an example of the relevance of each for an international aviation business. The five dominant value-orientations Kluckhorn and Strodtbeck identified were human nature orientation or what essential character of human nature makes it good or bad. Man-nature orientation is the relation man has with nature whether he masters, is suppressed by, or lives in harmony with nature. Time orientation or how human life is focused either in the past, present, or future. Activity orientation focuses on what people value about their activity whether focusing on individual accomplishments or distinctive personal traits. Relational orientation focuses on the foundation of human relationships and if they tend to focus on individualism or more towards family, specific region, or culture. An example of human nature in an international aviation business would be interviewing possible employees to see if they’re character is innately good, bad, or mixed. The business wants to hire employees who seem innately good and avoid those who are innately bad. An example of man-nature orientation would be for the airlines to try and master it while also living in harmony with it. Airlines equip their aircraft with things like deicing equipment so their
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