Conflict is good for an organization. Although the word is often associated with an altercation, conflict encompasses any disagreement—which is not necessarily bad. Conflict naturally results when people have different needs, opinions, or perspectives. Successful global leaders actively foster a culture that celebrates diversity of thought and experience, encourages the civil exchange of ideas, and embraces differences of opinion. In short, they foster a culture of conflict.
Gregory Newell discusses how businesses in the United States have certain advantages in today’s global market. Transcript I must still say that the great value of American enterprise is the freedom to think, freedom in innovate, freedom to take the risk, freedom to fail, freedom to succeed. Almost everywhere we have been, the U.S. goods and services have had great value. 1) It’s typically state of the art. 2) It’s, generally speaking, a high quality performance. 3) It’s aspir
In this episode, we hear from students about Germany. The group visited the University of Duisburg-Essen to learn about education in Germany. Join us as we learn about German food, culture, and education. #University #internationalbusiness #Learning #UnitedStates #Differences #Cologne #Drinking #Culture #History #Similarities #StudyAbroad #Germany
Join us this week as we hear a little more about Polish education, history, and culture, but this time from some of our international friends we made while we were there. #University #Poland #internationalbusiness #Learning #UnitedStates #Differences #Culture #History #Similarities #Ghana #StudyAbroad #Indonesia #Katowice #Economics
Have you ever wondered how it feels to be a foreigner living in America? In this episode we interview Simon Greathead, a native Englishman living and working in the United States. Learn his perspective of American culture and how it differs from his native culture in the United Kingdom. #Expat #UnitedKingdom #UnitedStates
Join us on a cultural journey from San Francisco to London to Brisbane. Aric Johnstone describes what it is like to be an American working with and managing culturally-diverse teams in Australia and the United Kingdom. Join us as he shares his insights and advice. #UnitedStates #UnitedKingdom #Australia #Podcast #Expat