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This presentation is representative of a pitch-plan for overseas development of college or university.

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  • Global Project Consultants’ long established reputation in the industry recognizes that the Political aspect of International Management is to build a culture of collaboration that is sustained well after the project is completed. Our bilingual consultants possess a knowledge of foreign government structures, currency adjustments that must be made based on the exchange rates and have local partnerships that are critical to navigating around bureaucratic red tape when establishing a manufacturing presence.
  • Five Key Factors of Expatriate Culture shock are lack of training from company. Can be time consuming expensive and non productive for the expatriate at large, demographic factors such as familial ties while away (married, young children, family) Source: Journal of Business and Management-Spring 2004 “ An Examination of Salient Factors Affecting Expatriate Culture Shock” Sims, Robert H., Western Kentucky University Schraeder, Mike, troy State University - Montgomery
  • Chap. 11, National Cultures and Corporate Culture Corporate Images, pp. 162-165 Riding the Waves of Culture Trompenaars & Hampden- Turner
  • Must be conscious of communication dynamics of Asian culture.
  • Must be mindful that motivational drivers vary cross culturally Job security counters uncertainty avoidance Challenging job over high pay Pleasant working conditions; friendly environment high need for harmony
  • Chapter 6 – Global Leadership, Motivation and Decision Making Global leadership competencies include five individual social competencies that comprise Emotional Intelligence; Self Awareness (to recognize your moods, drives and emotions and their effect on yourself and others), self regulation (ability to redirect or control disruptive impulses and moods; display trustworthiness, integrity, ability to change), motivation (passion to work that goes beyond money or status), empathy (the ability to understand the emotional makeup of other people), social skills (managing relationships and building networks). “Each competency is critical to effective leadership” pg 171.

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  • University Expansion Abroad Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders - Japan Pitch Plan by: Susan P. Van Brackle
    • Cross-cultural project management
    • Construction phase of new University
    • in Japan
    • 5 year assignment
    • Effect goals and objectives of the firm
    • Maximize shareholder value
    Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders - Project Goals and Initiatives University Expansion Abroad
    • Fostering a Culture of Collaboration
    • Raising the institution’s profile on world stage
    • Attracting and retaining the best and brightest minds
    • Financial gain from FDI
    Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders – Project Benefits University Expansion Abroad
  • Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders - Project Pitfalls University Expansion Abroad Expatriate Culture Shock Training Demographic Characteristics Cultural Personality Characteristics Organizational Support Technical Competence
    • Familial
    • Hierarchal
    • Power Oriented
    • Person Oriented
    • High Context
    Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders – The Importance of Understanding Organizational Patterns University Expansion Abroad
  • Cross-Cultural Dimensions
    • Non-verbal cues
    • Indirect
    • Interpretation
    • Tone
    • Reserved
    • Meishi
    Building Across Borders – Understanding Communication Dynamics University Expansion Abroad
    • Amae (affection between people of differ ent ranks)
    • Insiders Welcomed
    • Strangers Excluded
    • Moral and social pressure to succeed
    • Company Loyalty
    Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders – Understand ing Relationship Dynamics University Expansion Abroad
  • Male
    • Masculine Society
    • Ascribed Status
    • Harmony Orientation
    • Established Social Classes
    • Wisdom
    Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders – Understanding the Environment & Human Values University Expansion Abroad
  • Cross-Cultural Dimensions Building Across Borders - Motivational Drivers
    • Motivation varies cross-culturally
    • Western theories don’t reflect universal values
    • Job security is admired
    • Challenging work sought
    • Pleasant working conditions
    • Friendly environment desired
    University Expansion Abroad
  • Cross-Cultural Dimensions Global Leadership Competencies Passion for work that goes beyond money or status Managing relationships and building networks The ability to understand the emotional makeup of other people Management of disruptive impulses and moods. Display trustworthiness and integrity. Ability to accept change In touch with moods, drives and emotions. Understanding of their effect on yourself and others University Expansion Abroad MOTIVATION SELF REGULATION SOCIAL SKILLS SELF AWARENESS EMPATHY
  • Building Across Borders – Research References Sims, Robert H. and Schraeder, Mike. “An Examination of Salient Factors Affecting Expatriate Culture Shock”, Journal of Business and Management – Spring 2004, Vol 10, No. 1, pp 73-84 Harris, Philip. “Managing Cultural Differences”, Chap. 4, pp 116-126 “ Leveraging Cultural Diversity”, pp164-181, 220-235 Trompenaars, Fons, and Hampden-Turner, Charles. “Riding the Waves of Culture: Understanding Culture Diversity in Global Business”, 2 nd Edition El Kahal, Sonia. “Culture and Business in Asia Pacific”, pp 1-15 Cross-Cultural Dimensions Susan P. Van Brackle University Expansion Abroad