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Cross Cultural Management
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Cross Cultural Management Introduction: In the global scenario, cross cultural management is a subject to discuss world wide. Because, people from different countries have different culture. So, Spain and Poland are having different cultural background. People’s behavior, attitude, activities, believes etc are may different.
Time Focus (Monochromic and Polychromic): Monochromic culture means the people doing one thing at a time. They value a certain sense and orderliness of there being on correct place and time for everything. There is no value interruption. In Spain and Poland, monochromic culture gives control on the situations by professional managers, bureaucratic structure, time management, technology etc. concentrating on time and efficiency and planning and schedule for the productivity. They believe that professional and personal lives are separate. They live to work, not work to live. Their privacy and private property are used to maximum yield. They improve their productivity efficiency in their property. “Soundproof, private offices to minimize work distractions and shut people out. Careerism and workaholism as the main source of self-identity” (Cultural Characteristics and Classifications 2011). They also believe in careerism and workaholism as the main source of self-identity. For business people, in monochromic culture, schedules and punctuality are very important. Time schedule and deadlines are tend to be rigid and monochromic people’s meetings are interrupted very rarely. Poland generally follows monochromic culture. But in the case of polychromic culture, people do multiple things at a time. ...
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