Created by Itim International, the “Essentials in intercultural management intercultural management” e-learning is a source of inspiration and imagination for professionals working in international business, institutions and organizations. This e-learning is a first step into working effectively and confidently despite differences in culture and experience. You will gain a better understanding of the 6-D model of Hofstede, […]
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, […]
Itim Italy announces the International Conference in Lisbon: “BUILDING GLOBAL BUSINESS, THE CULTURE FACTOR” Friday, November 7, 2014 From 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM An exceptional line up of internationally recognised experts in the field of intercultural management intercultural management and Organisational Culture. Including a very special Keynote Speaker: Professor Geert Hofstede. “What made relatively small […]
In recent years, the proportion of migrant workers within the European Union increased considerably and many workplaces therefore are now culturally different. It’s more and more important to deal with cultural differences in order to avoid misunderstandings due to poor communication, which reduces work conditions quality of and thus leading to a rapid staff turnover. […]
Year 2014 began with many interesting requests for training and consulting services to itim italy. A large client based in Milan expressed the need to raise awareness on cultural diversities for their people working in the open to their clients counters, and daily negotiating and assisting customers of different nationalities, with whom they often have […]
In November and December 2012 Itim Italy will held two training courses on intercultural management intercultural management for two Italian customers operating in different market fields, both sharing a common need to better understand and manage the cultural differences they face in their daily work.
Erin Meyer is the author of The Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business. Affiliate Professor in the Organisational Behaviour Department at INSEAD Erin specialises in the field of Cross-Cultural intercultural management, intercultural management Negotiations, and Multi-Cultural Leadership.
Francesca Prandstraller, lecturer at of intercultural management and Technology Department, Bocconi University, proposed to focus more on cross-cultural training for reaching success in enterprises’ internationalization. According to a research conducted by Italian Multinational (Database Reprint 2012) Italian companies have over 27,000 branches, with a turnover of over 565 billion Euros, employing 1.5 million people in the […]
Managing in an intercultural management environment is a complicated issue, requiring a lot more than a list of do’s and don’ts. What international managers need is a general conceptual framework which can help them to understand how, on average, people from different nations view and solve basic problems. Geert Hofstede,