3 thoughts on “The Rise Of Multicultural Managers

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  2. Martin Bartholomew November 12, 2013 at 2:11 pm Reply

    Good point about generational differences. I have a venn diagram showing three circles of cultural difference – country/profession/corporation with just the objective of showing that intercultural competence does not just come from national cultural differences.

    Throughout the 90s and early 00s in Eastern Europe you could often draw a very sharp divide between the “communist era” age group and the “post-communist youth”. Now in 2013, that divide is pretty well gone of course.

    Strongly agree your coach approach.

    My diagram will have 4 circles in a few minutes! Thank you.

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