MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT3achieved through the strategic employment of cultural differences. The article further discuss the relative relationship of valuing globally over cross culture perspectives because it integrates diversity over a wide range of operations and dispersing teams into smaller (unified) teams. Additionally, the article addresses conflicts in culture differences, which the author asserts decreases individual effectiveness and disrupts creativity. The article discusses culture as an inhibitor and accelerator to progress in teams, addressing team dynamics, culture differences and expectations (Maranga, & Sampayo, 2015, p.?). The authors share that the perception of new products development may be received differently between cultures. Additionally, the article discusses the differences between collective and individualistic societies, whereas team work may produce difference results depending on the associated society. Additionally, the article discusses the relationship between learning communities and globalization’s change forces.
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