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China VS France
 

China VS France

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    China VS France China VS France Presentation Transcript

    • China compared to France Florine ZHAO TROMPENAARS’ DIMENSIONS
    • Universalism vs. particularism
      • Can rules or laws be applied to everyone?
        • FRANCE : YES
        • CHINA : It depends
      • Dictatorship: ‘shut up ’ / Democracy: ‘whatever’
    • Individualism vs. collectivism
      • Do we function in a group or as individuals?
      • CONTACTS:
      • PARTY: WAYS OF LIFE:
    • Neutral vs. emotional
      • Do we display our emotions?
      • ANGER: OPINION:
    • Specific vs. diffuse
      • Is responsibility specifically assigned or diffusely accepted?
        • FRANCE : specific => strong separation of work and private life
        • CHINA : diffuse
        • Guanxi 关系
        • Ganbei 干杯
    • Achievement vs. ascription
      • Do we have to prove ourselves to receive status or is it given to us? Ascription cultures tend to accord status based on age, gender, or social connections.
        • FRANCE : ascription ( status based on age )
        • CHINA : ascription (moderate, status based on social connections ) + achievement
        • Robin Li
    • Time
        • FRANCE : Present-oriented culture Day-by-day experiences tend to direct people's life.
        • CHINA : Future-oriented culture In a future-oriented culture most human activities are directed toward future prospects. Planning constitutes a major activity in future-oriented cultures.
        • Beijing University
    • Internal vs. external control
      • Do we control our environment or are we controlled by it?
        • FRANCE : Catholicism
      • Total atheists: 32 %
      • Total agnostics: 32 %
        • CHINA : 2 00,000,000 Buddhists
        • Yong He Gong
    • Questions ?
      • QUESTIONS ?