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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/22/11 Fiona Sussan,MBA, PhD Chapter 3 Culture and Global Business “Culture is the collective programming of the mind that distinguishes the members of one category of people from those of another.” - Geert Hofstede
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1/22/11 Fiona Sussan,MBA, PhD What is Culture There are over 165 definitions of culture Components of culture Language Religion Social structure Education
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1/22/11 Fiona Sussan,MBA, PhD Language, Religion English is the business language The world’s major religions include Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Christianity and are an important source of beliefs, attitudes, and values. Religious tenets, practices, holidays, and history impact global business practices.
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1/22/11 Fiona Sussan,MBA, PhD Social Institutions, Education Social institutions Family Media Government Corporations Social class structure Education Schools Accessibility to education
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1/22/11 Fiona Sussan,MBA, PhD Cultural Dimension and Context
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