The Concept of Cross Cultural Management

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Running head: CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENTCROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENTName of the Student:Name of the University:Author Note:
1CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENTExecutive SummaryThe aim of this report is to analysis the concept of cross-cultural management. England andAustralia are two countries, which are in terms of business communication. The differencesand the challenges have been discussed in this context. The report concludes that the barriersshould be removed for effective cross-cultural communication. It is recommended thebarriers are to remove to bridge the gap of cross-cultural communication.
2CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENTTable of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3Difference between Australian and English culture...................................................................3Australian Culture..................................................................................................................3English Culture.......................................................................................................................4Cross Cultural Communication Challenges...............................................................................4Same Words with Different Meaning.....................................................................................4Style of Speaking....................................................................................................................5Non-verbal Cultural Differences and High and Low-context Culture...................................5Power Distance.......................................................................................................................6Understanding Cross-cultural Communication..........................................................................6The Concept............................................................................................................................6Understanding the Cultural Diversity.....................................................................................6Creating Awareness about Individual Culture.......................................................................7Mutual Acceptance.................................................................................................................7Case Study Situation..................................................................................................................7Recommendations......................................................................................................................8Conclusion..................................................................................................................................9References................................................................................................................................10
3CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENTIntroductionCross-cultural communication is a type of communication that deals with howdifferent people from different cultures communicate or speak with each other andunderstand the world surrounded by them (Bochner 2013). Cross-cultural communication isimportant in the context of global business, as one has to understand the cultural values andcommunication strategies of other culture for conducting business in global scale (Bowe,Martin and Manns 2014). However, it is a particular field of study, which can be called ascross-cultural management.The purpose of this report is to provide advice to a businessperson who is conductingbusiness in Australia. The businessperson wants to communicate effective with the culture ofEngland. This report will cover the differences of two the culture that creates somechallenges in case of effective cross-cultural communication. Then, the report will search forsome potent recommendations that will portray how to bridge the differences in cross-culturalcommunication. The report will also provide the high and low context differences in culturalcommunication, the relevant concept and its application, elements of international behavior inthe Australian culture,identification of the cultural implications for intercultural businessinteractions, the influential factors in this context and the influence of it on cultural values.Difference between Australian and English cultureAustralian CultureAustralian people generally speak in English; however, twenty aboriginal languagesstill exist in Australia. Australia is a multi-cultural and multi-faith society. It has habitants ofaboriginals, people of Irish and British descendents, migrated people from Europe,Netherlands, Lebanon, turkey and Yugoslavia. However, it is a mixed culture. In case of
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