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Global Insights by Camille Schuster, Ph.D.

Global Insights by Camille Schuster, Ph.D.

By Camille Schuster
No culture is better or worse than any other. They are just different. Success depends upon knowing how to adapt to these differences. This podcast series will give you the global insight to do just that.
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Podcast 49 Direct and Indirect Communication
Direct communication is efficient and gets to the point quickly. Indirect communication talks around the issue, can be difficult to interpret, and takes more time. It takes a lot of practice to understand the other style of communication and to engage in conversations when different styles are being used. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
10:58
May 11, 2021
Podcast 48 High and Low Context Language Conversations
Conversations between people having a conversation when one person uses a high context language and the other person uses a low context language are extremely challenging and exhausting. Both sides need to learn how the other side uses language and use skills required to understand what is being said.  If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
10:45
May 4, 2021
Podcast 47 Idioms and Proverbs from Africa
Everyone has knowledge but should not be boastful because someone always knows more. Knowledge is valuable but only significant if paired with action which requires focus. Discussions are valued but one needs to be polite. While thinking that what others have is valuable, it is important to remember that knowing yourself and your limits is important.  If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
10:32
April 27, 2021
Podcast 46 Idioms and Proverbs from the Middle East
Life may be challenging but much advice is given in the Middle East about how to face challenges as well as to be patient and understand with the mind and the heart. Friends reveal themselves when there is trouble and reading is a way to move past disappointment. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
07:33
April 20, 2021
Podcast 45 Proverbs and Idioms in Asia
Working hard, overcoming obstacles, and dealing with mistakes provide valuable advice regarding the importance of work. In addition, one needs to realize that what you say and do will become part of the grapevine of information and that you need to use that grapevine to see if and how people keep their promises. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
10:31
April 15, 2021
Podcast 44 Idioms and Proverbs in Central and South America
People appear to be born into a certain station in life but, whatever that station, know they can find alternatives, can be successful, and should be cautious about making decisions. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
07:53
April 7, 2021
Podcast 43 Idioms and Proverbs from Europe
Europeans tend to be more cautious and try to protect what they have when making decisions. Individuals need to take responsibility for their success and friends are important for protection. These are some of the sentiments that idioms and proverbs reveal about Europeans that are relevant when preparing to do business in Europe.
10:44
March 30, 2021
Podcast 42 Proverbs and Idioms in the US
Idioms and sayings are shorthand or descriptive ways of revealing a way of thinking. This podcast explains what several sayings from the US reveal about how people see the world, approach decision making, and value action.  
10:03
March 23, 2021
Podcast 41 Communication in Africa
The diversity of tribal cultures in Africa is compounded by the number of countries that established colonies in Africa. The tribal cultures continue to have a significant impact of the process of doing business. As such, patterns of communication seek to keep harmony, demonstrate respect, and bargain intensely when doing business. Developing a relationship with someone who can assist you with the protocol and practices of a specific tribe will be very helpful. 
16:53
March 16, 2021
Podcast 40 Communication in the Middle East
Hospitality, importance of blood relationships, significance of hone, and distinctive form of logic are all characteristics of communication in the Middle East. Learning how to navigate these elements is critical for success. This podcast introduces you to the process. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights. 
22:28
March 10, 2021
Podcast 39 Communication in Japan and Korea
The importance of rituals, indirect communication, and a high-context language combine to create a challenging communication environment in Japan and Korea. As a result, business activities take more time and require much adaptation so this segment is a bit longer than previous segments. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
21:39
March 3, 2021
Podcast 38 Communication in China and with Overseas Chinese
Words, truth, harmony, and forms of logic are all significantly different between Chinese speakers and those regions on the far lefthand side of the Classification of Cultures Model. Communication can be challenging and requires preparation, patience, and persistence. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
16:46
February 23, 2021
Podcast 37 Communication in India
In India there are at least 16 major languages with many different dialects. In addition many people speak English - usually British English. There are also many religions that are not monotheistic with Hinduism forming the basis of philosophical thought in India. The result is that many versions of a situation exist at once and there is no compulsion to find one truth. Communication is challenging and the visitor needs to prepare for the amount of time that will be required to conduct business in India.
15:34
February 16, 2021
Podcast 36 Communication in Eastern Europe and Russia
Honesty is highly value but may be set aside to protect one's self, family, or inner circle. Outsiders are generally viewed with suspicion. As a result, obtaining information and developing a working relationship takes time and is challenging. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
12:42
February 9, 2021
Podcast 35 Communication in Latin America
The style of language in Latin America and the importance of non-verbal communication in this region means that you need to listen and observe others carefully. At the same time, you need to be careful of what you say and do because it is easy to unintentionally offend people from this region. In addition, it will take more time to get to the task and to create solutions. If you would like to see the models referenced in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights. 
14:29
February 2, 2021
Podcast 34 Communication in Mediterranean Europe
Nonverbal elements are important for creating status and status helps determine your credibility. Argumentation is deemed as an enjoyable part of life with loud, lively discussions of ideas. Preparing and practicing how to argument effectively in this region is as important as demonstrating proper manners in both business and social situations. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights. 
16:54
January 26, 2021
Podcast 33 Communication in North America, Australia, and New Zealand
English is the common language in these countries but the differences between British and American English need to be understood. The basic communication style is direct and straightforward with strong arguments supported by factual evidence being used to work toward compromise in solving problems. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
12:05
January 19, 2021
Podcast 32 Communication in Northwestern and Central Europe
Conducting business takes place between people - either face-to-face or using a digital tool.  Four elements - words, truth, style, and logic - determine how communication works in each cultural region. In Northwestern and Central Europe, words are important, universal truths are accepted, style follows formal systems and process, and logic is critical for successful argumentation.  If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
16:14
January 12, 2021
Podcast 31 Business Process in Africa
Private lives are definitely closely guarded as a member of a tribe, clan, or extended family. Important decisions take a long time and creating personal relationships, with rights and obligations, takes time. These reciprocal relationships function differently from relationships in task-oriented regions so understanding the process is important. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.  
11:37
January 5, 2021
Podcast 30 Business Process in the Middle East
The timing and sequence of business activities is significantly different in the Middle East. Hospitality should not be taken to mean that business is proceeding well. Hospitality is offered to everyone. Understanding how the process works is necessary to being successful in the Middle East.  If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
16:08
December 29, 2020
Podcast 28 Business Process in China and with Overseas Chinese
Time is circular, meaning there is always more time. Building and maintaining relationships is essential for doing business with Chinese businesspeople. Understanding "quanxi" and a "spider's web" approach to business is helpful for navigating the process. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
15:25
December 22, 2020
Podcast 29 Business Process in Japan and South Korea
Work is accomplished by working through people so taking time to create and maintain relationships is critical for success. As a result of using an agrarian-type cycle of decision-making and the requirement of needing consensus for decisions, means that the rhythm or pace of doing business is different in Japan and South Korea. Disregarding these requirements can cause offense which could easily result in you losing a business opportunity. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
16:05
December 15, 2020
Podcast 27 Business Process in India
India is a large country with a large population. This great diversity also includes the influence of the British. As a result many businesspeople are bicultural, thereby increasing the complexity of doing business in India where relationships are very important.  If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:15
December 8, 2020
Podcast 26 Business Process in Eastern Europe and Russia
Broth front door and back door approaches can be used to accomplish tasks in this region making it essential to take the time to develop relationships. The process of doing business in this region is constantly changing so it is important that you maintain relationships with your contacts and use resources to determine the current status of business processes. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
11:39
December 1, 2020
Podcast 25 Business Process in South and Central America
South and Central America is the region situated about halfway between Task and Relationships on the Classification of Cultures Model. Personal relationships, especially the family network, is very important and often takes precedence over business activities.As such social competence is just as important as technical competence when doing business in this region. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
17:15
November 24, 2020
Podcast 24 Business Process in Mediterranean Europe
The polychronic orientation toward time impacts how meetings flow and how agreements are reached. Participants are expected to engage in lively discussions on a wide range of topics. Discussions and decisions do not happen in a linear, sequential manner. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
12:13
November 17, 2020
Podcast 23 Business Process in North America, Australia and New Zealand
The line between public life and private life has been strong. The need to stay at home during the Covid 19 Pandemic and new technology has definitely blurred this line. However, efforts are still made to use schedules so that time is used efficiently. AN effort is made to keep business and private life separate so business decisions can be made objectively without being influenced by personal relationships. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
11:30
November 10, 2020
Podcast 22 Business Process in Northwestern and Central Europe
Business activities flow in an orderly sequential manner. Professionals arrive on time, prepared to follow the agenda and are prepared to discuss the issues. Private and public life are kept separate and privacy is strongly guarded. Professionals demonstrated their understanding of this process. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:28
November 3, 2020
Podcast 21 Systems and Order in Africa
Each African country is a unique mix of cultures, traditions, and history. One of the distinctive characteristics of Africa is the important role of tribes. Understanding the impact of the bi-cultural or multi-cultural mix of traditions is important for doing business successfully in this region. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
12:13
October 27, 2020
Podcast 20 Order and Systems in the Middle East
Islam is intertwined with the government and legal systems in every Middle Eastern country to a greater or lesser extent. As a result business activities, contracts, and relationships operate differently in this area of the world. Understanding the particular combination of religions, ethnic groups, forms of government, and legal systems in each country  is essential for success. Understanding some of the fundamentals is a good place to begin. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
14:37
October 19, 2020
Podcast 19 Order and Systems in Japan and South Korea
The assumption of constant change and the importance of groups are fundamental to understanding the importance of hierarchy, the interdependent nature of business and government, and the orientation toward contracts. Understanding these perspectives will help you understand you need to spend more time doing business here. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
12:07
October 12, 2020
Podcast 18 Order and Changes in China and with Overseas Chinese
Relationships are just as important, if not more important, than accomplishing tasks in this region. As a result, it is important to develop good relationships with people at several levels of the organization and to maintain those relationships. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:42
October 5, 2020
Podcast 17 Order and Systems in India
India is an independent country and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Influences of different philosophies, religions, and languages created a mosaic culture with a two-tier process of getting things done in India. British influences of government and law exist but neither is completely transparent. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:01
September 28, 2020
Podcast 16 Order and Systems in Eastern Europe and Russia
This region of the former Soviet Union is in transition and encompasses great diversity. In general, transparency of government and legal systems are still viewed with suspicion so networks of trusted individuals are critical for success. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:35
September 22, 2020
Podcast 15 Order and Systems in Latin America
What does it mean that a contract is like a work of art? See how a fatalistic attitude and the importance of relationships create a different view of contracts. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:08
September 14, 2020
Podcast 14 Order and Systems in Mediterranean Europe
Moving further to the right on the Classifications of Cultures Model, Mediterranean Europe values relationships and networks almost as much as completing tasks. How time is spent begins to shift in this region. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
11:32
September 7, 2020
Podcast 13 Order and Systems in NorthAmerica, Australia, and New Zealand
This podcast discusses structural elements (government, law, and hierarchy) in North America, Australia, and New Zealand. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
11:32
September 1, 2020
Podcast 12 Order and Systems in NW&C Europe
Form of government, importance of hierarchy, and legal perspective form the type of structure that is central to the importance of orderliness and preparation in this region. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:55
August 24, 2020
Podcast 11 Classification of Cultures Model Part 2
The five regions discussed in this episode all place great importance on relationships - some as view relationships and tasks as parallel systems, some as a gateway for crating the opportunity for going business, and some as necessary before any serious business is considered. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
23:44
August 17, 2020
Podcast 10 Classification of Cultures Model Part 1
This Podcast briefly describes the first five regions in the mofel from a strong focus on task accomplishment to more of a combination of task and relationship focus. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
19:32
August 10, 2020
Podcast 9 Cultural Stereotypes and Software of the Mind
The US Style of Negotiating is called the John Wayne Style by John Graham. This episode explains what this is and why is does not work everywhere in the world. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
13:13
August 4, 2020
Podcast 8 Religion, Philosophy, and Culture
Differences in religions and philosophies result in beliefs and values that vary considerably. These fundamental lead to world views that often clash with one another. This podcast briefly describes some of the basic assumptions and their resulting impact. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
10:59
July 28, 2020
Podcast 7 Are We Moving Toward A Global Culture?
Viewing global culture from the perspective of consumer tastes, business conventions, or personal values leads to different answer to this question. this podcast discusses the differences. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
12:01
July 20, 2020
Podcast 6 Language and Culture
High context and low context languages work very differently. Doing business with someone from the group opposite of your language group can create frustration, misunderstanding, and suspicion. This episode talks about the differences and their implications. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
10:53
July 13, 2020
Podcast 5 Lost in Translation
English is spoken by businesspeople in many parts of the world. However, it is usually English as a Second Language which means that there are often translation issues. If you are more visual and want to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. It is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 on Amazon Books and Apple Books. I hope these podcasts will help you work more effectively across cultures and develop more global insights. If you would like to provide feedback, send an email to info@globalcollaborations.com.
09:48
July 6, 2020
Podcast 4 Confronting Culture Clash
When does culture clash occur? How do you recognize it? Identifying when culture clash happens is the first step in being able to manage it. If you are more visual and want to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. It is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 on Amazon Books and Apple Books. I hope these podcasts will help you work more effectively across cultures and develop more global insights. If you would like to provide feedback, send an email to info@globalcollaborations.com.
09:11
July 2, 2020
3 Culture Clash
Cultural differences become obvious, and sometimes problematic, when they clash. With our culture comes the "software in our mind." This episode provides examples of how differences can clash. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
08:01
June 25, 2020
2 What is Culture?
This episode highlights the learned nature of culture and why the differences can make a difference. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. Please send any feedback to info@globalcollaborations.com. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
08:32
June 18, 2020
1 Does Culture Affect Business?
There is no one way of doing business around the world. There are also over 200 countries in the world making it challenging to learn about each of them in detail. However, there is a way of grouping cultures together creating a foundation for doing business cross-culturally. If you would like to see the models referred to in this podcast, they are available in the most recent book Michael Copeland and I published. The book is called Global Perspectives and is available for $4.99 US dollars on Amazon Books and Apple Books. This series of podcasts is designed to help you work more effectively across cultures by developing more global insights.
08:55
June 18, 2020