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Americans, for example, praise their sports heroes by singling out individual excellence: “Mark Smith and the Culture and Management 29 PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS Individualism Versus Collectivism The German Won’t Hire the Serbian’s Daughter12 Rade, an engineer who had immigrated to western Germany from the former Yugoslavia, worked for a highly respected German engineering firm. His daughter Lana had recently graduated as one of the top students from a prestigious German university. Rade considered it his duty to find his daughter a job, and he wanted his German boss to hire Lana.
Employees and visitors. What is a person’s Future/Present Past (Present) temporal orientation? Example: Mission statement refers Mission statement this year to 5- and 10-year goals reflects policy statements while focus is kept on this 10 years ago; the company year’s bottom line and strives to use tradition to quarterly reports; innova- perform in the future as tion and flexibility to meet it has in the past. a dynamic, changing future are emphasized. Source: Adapted by Adler (3:411) updated 2007; based on Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck (52) and DiStefano (23); also see Lane and DiStefano (56).
In the public sector, projects transferring technology from the United States to economically developing countries further encouraged Americans to view the world from an American perspective (multidomestic phase). An Indonesian’s comments about 16 The Impact of Culture on Organizations Americans’ views of people from economically developing countries capture this technologically based parochialism: The questions Americans ask me are sometimes very embarrassing, like whether I have ever seen a camera.