International Business Management
Cross-cultural organizational behavior
Basically everyone has been rise with different background and cultural. People behaviors in one culture may not be the way for others. What is good for us might be bad for them. Some time the activities are all the same in two different cultures, but with different meanings, and different interpretations.
The cross-cultural management is when person from one cultural background meet, socialize, interact with, understand and deal with person from other cultural background. By understanding each type of people or culture can help us widen the definitions to cover the different ways people perceive, different ways in decisions making, different way of reaction in various situation, different styles of relating to the external world, and different learning styles.
Organizational Behavior (OB) is the study of how people both in individuals or groups act in the organizations. It interprets people and organization relationships in terms of the whole person, whole group, whole organization, and whole social system. Its purpose is to build better relationships by achieving needs and objectives of human, organizational, and social system.
Single one of us are unique, we come from difference kind of background, with different experiences and culture society. To find people who can cooperate with international organization culture is not easy. Once individuals come from different cultural backgrounds the possibility of having completely different perceptions of the same situation increases highly.
Much of the research in cross-cultural organizational behavior focused on intra-cultural comparisons, comparing attitudes and behaviors across cultural groups. Whether it is differences in, negotiation motives, or justice, the cross-cultural management mostly focuses on whether and how cultural differences actually affect intercultural encounters.
Organizational behavior in an interconnected...