Many excellent companies who claim to base their success on a strong and distinctive organizational culture, able to stimulate the involvement of their internal and external stakeholders. Yet, in actual operations, it’s not always easy to understand how to identify and cultivate common values.
Even in today’s globalized world, there are strong contrasts between individuals, groups, organizations and nations reasoning, feeling and acting in different ways. Understanding different values orientations, habits and practices that characterize countries, sectors, markets, business, and professional communities is a fundamental skill that organizations, managers and employees should develop in order to build effective working relationships and leverage values to execute the strategy.
On the occasion of the first Italian translation of the work of Geert Hofstede, curated by Anna Paola Simonetti of Itim Italy, the conference will take place October 27 at the LUISS Business School and will feature an extraordinary audio-video participation of Professor Geert Hofstede, the pioneer of Intercultural management.
The conference, organized in collaboration with Franco Angeli Editore, is aimed at entrepreneurs, managers and professionals, researchers, trainers and consultants in organizational development and human resources, interested in knowing the results of the most advanced research in the international arena and to share experiences with executives and entrepreneurs.
You can find all information herescritto da Itim il 7 October 2014