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StudySoup 101 Week 1 Notes test

by: Aisha Powell

StudySoup 101 Week 1 Notes test ACCT 2081

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Financial Accounting
Professor Raqule Crawley
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Date Created: 09/13/16
HOFSTEDE  Employees working in different countries tend to prioritize different values that cluster into several distinct dimensions o Individualism-collectivism o Power distance o Uncertainty avoidance o Masculinity-femininity o (short-term vs long-term orientation) Project GLOBE Gender Egalitarianism Assertiveness Future Orientation Performance Orientation Humane Orientation Most fundamental means of differentiating cultures is individualism- collectivism as it is relevant to various topics within organizational behavior. Ex: collectivists exhibit higher levels of task performance and citizenship behaviors in work team settings, and also exhibit lower levels of counterproductive and withdrawal behaviors. They are also more likely to feel affectively and normatively committed to their employers than are individualists. Research also suggests that collectivists tend to prefer rewards that are allocated equally on a group-wide basis as opposed to rewards tied solely to individual achievement. Research on cultural values illustrates the potential differences between the attitudes and beliefs of U.S. employees and the attitudes and beliefs of employees in other societies. Awareness of such cultural variations is critical, given that those differences can influence reactions to change, conflict management styles, negotiation approaches, and reward preferences, just to name a few. Failing to understand those differences can compromise the effectiveness of multinational groups and organizations. Such problems are particularly likely if employees are high in ethnocentrism, a propensity to view one’s own cultural values as “right” and those of other cultures as “wrong”.


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