"Managers who readily accept that the cuisine, the literature, the music and the art of other countries run parallel to one another, must also learn to accept that the Culture and Art of Management differs across countries."
"Culture is more often a source of conflict than synergy. Cultural differences are a nuisance at best and a disaster at their worst."
Leading Authority on Culture
"Culture does count, Big Time. No matter how good the numbers look, culture matters as much as financial profile."
Former CEO,GE Corporation
"In the context of the Global Village, Managers must be able to cross-culturally manage themselves; then manage cross-cultural differences at interpersonal level and finally cross-culturally manage at the organizational level."
Chen & Starosta
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Some of us took a calculated gamble
"All People are the same.
Its only their habits that are so different."