Cultural Advantage - A New Model for Succeeding with Global Teams

By: Huijser, Mijnd

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Nicholas Brealey: Nicholas Brealey, 2006. It is all too common for people in international groups to misunderstand each other, either in a spectacular fashion or, more often, a subtle way that impedes progress.With over 13 years of training international and intercultural groups, Mijnd Huijser has developed, tested and refined a powerful tool that helps overcome the obstacles inherent in global teams. While most of the experience comes from multinational organizations, the insights are applicable on a national level, an organizational level and even a small unit level when differing cultures cooperate. Huijser's Model of Freedomprovides a visual and practical method for understanding oneself and others, converting tension to energy and leveraging the advantage of culture.<p>. Paperback. New.

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