IBS220 Cross Cultural Management Assignment

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Running head: CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENTCross Cultural ManagementName of the Student:Name of the University:Author note:
CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENT1Executive SummaryIn this report the cultural differences between England and India will be explained. Theframework of the Hofstede and the Globe will help in the analysis of the cultural development ofthese two countries. A graph of the Hofstede model has been attached that will further help inone’s understanding the concept.Table of Content
CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENT2sIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Indian culture...................................................................................................................................3Culture of England...........................................................................................................................3Cultural differences.........................................................................................................................4Hofstede framework....................................................................................................................4Globe framework.........................................................................................................................7References......................................................................................................................................11
CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENT3IntroductionThe cross cultural management involves managing the different teams so that thedifferences in their preferences, culture and practices in the context of the international businessmarket. In this report, the cross cultural differences between India and England will beelaborately explained. The challenges need to be identified based on the frameworks of the crossculturalism and based on it the recommendations need to be developed. The key factors thatinfluences the business in both the countries will be explained with the help of the Hofstedeframework.Indian cultureThe Indian culture is an amalgamation of the different cultures that expands across Indiaand has shaped a history that is almost several thousand years old. It is quite evident from thehistory that the Indian culture has been influenced by the different Dharmic religions. Theculture highly identifies the lives of the people and is entailed on how they dress, speak, theirfood habits and almost every manner they live with. The cultures have been originated fromancient India and that includes their texts and scriptures. The culture of India is varied andunique and consists of the different informational aspects.Culture of EnglandThe culture of England is often termed as the idiosyncratic cultural norms towardsEngland and their people. The influential position of England within United Kingdom is verydifficult to be differentiated from the culture of United Kingdom. Its culture has been influencedby the history of UK and its development with the island countries that has the liberal democracy
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