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Technology Adoption Lifecycle meets Intercultural Competence Continuum

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Special thanks to Daniel Maycock, an IT Strategy Solution Architect for Slalom Consulting, for being the inspiration to the diagram above. The model represents the belief that as leaders increase …

Special thanks to Daniel Maycock, an IT Strategy Solution Architect for Slalom Consulting, for being the inspiration to the diagram above. The model represents the belief that as leaders increase their cultural competence, they also increase their ability to inspire technology adoption with a larger base of individuals.

Inclusion Innovation represents the intersection of Diversity, Inclusion, Intercultural Competence and Social Media Technology.

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  • 1. Inclusion Innovation Intercultural CompetenceInnovators Accelerating Innovation EarlyAdopters EarlyMajority © KACarter Group Adaption of The Technology Adoption Lifecycle (Joe M. Bohlen, George M. Beal and Late Everett M. Rogers) and Intercultural Competence ContinuumMajority (adapted from the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity originally proposed by Dr. Milton Bennett)Laggards Denial Polarization Minimization Acceptance Adaptation Copyright 2011 – 2012 © KevinACarter 1 All Rights Reserved

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