A Global Resume

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Essay #: 055975
Total text length is 18,957 characters (approximately 13.1 pages).

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The beginning:
A Global Resume
Introduction
In this document the author aims to understand the dynamics involved in the cultural differences, their importance and the significance of seeking the transferability of the cultural differences. The author expects that the knowledge of differences in cultures and the increased knowledge in the transferability of skills and cultures will help him to build his global resume.
The author has chosen two culture defining models – namely the
Hofstede
model and the GLOBAL researchers model to be studied and evaluated critically in this assignment. In the next section the author uses a mix of both the models to critically evaluate and understand the differences in the culture in the east and west in a business context....
The end:
..... Incorporating
Hofstede's
Cultural Values Framework," Journal of International Business Studies 37(3), pp. 285
Leung, K. (2005) "Culture and International Business: Recent Advances and Their Implications for Future Research," Journal of International Business Studies 36(4), pp. 357
Robertson, C. and Hoffman, J. (2000) "How Different Are We? An Investigation of Confucian Values in the United States," Journal of Managerial Issues, 12(1), pp. 34
Spear, S. and Bowen, H. K., (Sep/Oct 1999) "Decoding the DNA of the Toyota Production System", Harvard Business Review
Yeh
, R. and Lawrence, J. (1995) "Individualism and Confucian Dynamism: A Note on
Hofstede's
Cultural Root to Economic Growth," Journal of International Business Studies 26(3), pp. 655