BC SAUDI ARABIA FINAL - q Decisions are made slowly . . The...

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Cross Cultural Communication Saudi Arabia Ashish Sharma Chetan Raju Ashrith Reddy Gaurav Jain Poonam Kumari Sunil Kumar Group -3 Date:11.10.2011
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FACTS Lo ca t ion C l im a te R e ig s Language G o ve rnm en S c ie ty and u ltu re
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ETIQUETTE AND CUSTOMS IN SAUDI
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Business Etiquette and Protocol Ø To enter in the country the sponsor acts as an intermediary and arranges appointments with appropriate individuals Ø Saudis do not require as much personal space as most western cultures as stand close to you while conversing Ø Saudis prefer to work with people they know and trust and will spend a great deal of time on the
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Business Meeting Etiquette Ø Appointment s are necessary
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Business Negotiating
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Unformatted text preview: q Decisions are made slowly . . The society is extremely bureaucratic. Most decisions require several layers of approval. q Business is hierarchical. Decisions are made by the highest-ranking person. Repeat your main points since it will be interpreted as meaning you are telling the truth. q Do not use high-pressure tactics. Dress etiquette Most Saudis wear long white thobes Dress well if you want to make a good impression Business women should make certain that their collarbones and knees are covered and that their clothes are not form-fitting Shokran Jazeelan ( Thank You) Shokran Jazeelan ( Thank You )...
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course MBA 103 taught by Professor Pk during the Spring '11 term at Great Lakes Christian college.

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BC SAUDI ARABIA FINAL - q Decisions are made slowly . . The...

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