C04EarlyJennieHofstedeDimensions

C04EarlyJennieHofstedeDimensions - MANAGEMENT COURSE 3233...

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MANAGEMENT NAME: Jennie Early COURSE 3233 CHAPTER 4: HOFSTEDE’S DIMENSIONS QUESTION: How might the cultural differences in Hofstede’s dimensions affect how managers (a) use work groups, (b) develop goals/plans, (c) reward outstanding employee performance, and (d)deal with employee conflict? QUESTION: How might the cultural differences in Hofstede’s dimensions affect how managers (a) use work groups? Depending on the culture in which the managers are functioning, they may use the work groups in an individualistic or collectivistic manner. The manager may expect the members of the work group to make sure their work is done rather than relying only on themselves to complete the work. The acceptance by the group members of the authority given to the manager, or power distance, may also be different depending on the culture in which the work group is placed. If the group members do not accept the authority given to the manager, the manager may not be able to use the group as widely as if his authority was more accepted. QUESTION:
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