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Unformatted text preview: Review: Chapter 4 • Definition of culture (p. 115) • Difference between values, norms, and folkways (lecture) • Managerial relevance of culture (p. 116-117) • Different levels of culture (p. 121) • How do cultural assumptions vary from country to country and why does this matter for managers? • Difference between Theory X and Theory Y managers (p. 123) • Hofstede’s dimensions of human relationships (e.g., power distance, individualism vs. collectivism, etc.; pp. 124-126) • Why an understanding of cultural diversity is important for managers (p. 130) • Strong vs. Weak cultures (p.131-134) • Creating and changing organizational cultures (pp. 135- 138) • International contexts and cultures (p. 139) Review: Chapter 5 • The Gulf Italia case (pp. 149-51). • Definitions of managerial ethics and CSR (p. 151), ethical dilemmas, and ethical lapses (p. 154). • Basic approaches to ethical decision making (e.g., Utilitarian, Moral rights, Universal, Justice – pp. 156-59).Utilitarian, Moral rights, Universal, Justice – pp....
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2010 for the course FIN 3403 taught by Professor Keys during the Spring '10 term at Florida Southern College.
- Spring '10