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March 15, 2019 in News Tags:

Recognition of the problematic one of the cultural diversity No problem can be solved but it is clear first like so. By this, the necessity of cultural knowledge must be put in the agenda of the directors, consultants and other contributor of the process of acquisition or fusion. Read additional details here: Anne Lauvergeon. Knowledge that will have to be considered like a risk, identified and evaluated in its different dimensions. 2. Identification of the degree of necessity of knowledge of the foreign culture The necessity of cultural knowledge increases as it increases the number of functions abroad that the company realises, increases the number of countries where it carries out his operations or it moves of the external handling to the intern of the operations. All the companies do not need the same degree of depth in the understanding of the culture of the country where it acquires a company. To determine the necessary level is the second important step.

3. Identification of the specific Culture The nation can be a good datum point to begin to include/understand the particularitities of a company acquired in a new territory. Within a same border, the similarities between the people are capital and the laws that are applied similars. But the idea that must be present subtle differences or majors can exist, between the different industries, different provinces, etc. A great plurality in any society exists, reason why it tends to be used, in statistical terms the national culture (Clark, 1990; Nakata and Sivakumar, 1996). the culture concept is applicable, speaking of strict form, more to societies than to nations; nevertheless, many nations historically have developed a joint form, if it even consists of groups and different categories of people and even if these nations less contain minorities integrated (Hofstede, 1991). In the nations also there are forces that integration favors: dominant language, common massive means, educative system, national army, political system, national representation in sport events, national product markets and services, etc.


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