The Ideal Culture

Everyone has there own opinion on culture and society. Opinions on morals, beliefs, and laws. The three characteristics that will bind a culture together are hope, individuality, and respect. These characteristics are the key to success and prosperity. Although a society of perfection may be unfathomable to some, it’s actually quite simple if everyone would work together. However, there will always be that one person who is ignorant and uncooperative. Don’t be that person. Contribute to our culture and you’ll live a much happier life. How will these three characteristics help, you might be wo ...

Will Chinese Culture Fade Away?

Each posterity of Yan & Huang Emperors wishes Chinese culture have longevity. After all, our culture has been on for 50 centuries (some experts say 30 centuries) since the later era of the Neolithic Age. To preserve and spread Chinese culture, Chinese set up Confucius Institutes all over the world. Many organizations in China try their best to let modern citizens know what is conventional Chinese culture. But objective situation is never changed because of subjective belief no matter how we prayer for our culture. Being divorced from modern social ideas, Chinese culture, perhaps, is going to d ...

The Existence of Rape Culture

“Don’t worry; no-one would rape you.” Weirdly enough, this is an insult. I heard an older boy say it to a young girl on the bus a few weeks ago, after she was horsing around with another boy, this one her age, and jokingly said he was raping her. And just like that, he assigned her worth. This girl who couldn’t have been more than thirteen was essentially told that she was too undesirable for anyone to want to take advantage of her. He used rape to insult her so that other kids around them could laugh. Even the little girl laughed; it was all a joke. That is rape culture in our society. It i ...

Understanding Corporate Culture

Issues to be addressed in the Discussion: What is Culture? Define Corporate Culture and its relevance (How it has shaped businesses and developments) Discuss Cross-Cultural Communication Challenges What is Culture Shock? Suggest ways in which to avoid or overcome such experience(s) Harnessing the Power of Diversity: How can Diversity be used as a competitive advantage for a Business? All business organizations are considered as separate communities that are basically created to gain provide for the society and in turn gain profit from the said provisions to suffice the needs and de ...

The Role of Culture

1.0 Introduction 1.1 An Overview Of Nestle Nestle is a multinational parceled food company established and headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. Nestle is the result of a 1905 merger between the 1867 Henri Nestle Corporation set up by Henri Nestle for the production of infant food merchandise and the 1866 Anglo-Swiss Milk Company, which produced milk products, and was set up by the Page Brothers in Switzerland. (Nestle, 2011) About this time, Switzerland was undergoing harsh times, as it was marred with high infant mortality rates. As such, Nestle literally helped save many infant lives. Nestl ...

Quality Culture

Task 1 Deming considered that quality refers to customers’ needs and expectation meeting and exceeding, with continuous process of improvement; however Crosby defined quality as the managerial work to set the objectives and communicate with employees. Similarities: high quality saves money, its improvement is endless, needs upper management commitment. Differences: implementation: Deming’s methods have no sequential steps, Crosby prescripts starting points; personnel: Deming – workers’ abilities unaffected, Crosby – motivation for quality improvement. The best system for all organisations does ...

Importance of Animals in Culture

Animals have been perceived to be the closest man’s friends since time immemorial. It should be noted that people used animals for different purposes which, in turn, defined their culture and traditions. While one culture tabooed keeping animals at home, the other considered it to be of immense significance and worth. Thus, it is safe to assume that different communities had different forms of animals to keep and associate their traditions with. Therefore, this research paper tries to examine the manner in which a culture was determined through the placement of importance on some animals in re ...

International Culture and Communications

Globalization refers to the process of political, economic and cultural integration, the main characteristics are the spread of capitalism around the world, the international labor division migration on a global scale of monetary, human and industrial resources, as well as the standardization of economic and technological processes and convergence of cultures of different countries. Under the influence of globalization it was created the new type of corporate organization - a global company that takes advantage of the activities on a global scale. This type of organization is well known as mul ...

Native American Culture in the 1990s

In the last five centuries, Christopher Columbus claimed that he discovered a ‘New World’ which became the genesis of European invasion. The European invasion led to a stand off between them and the Native Americans in terms of rights and culture. Native Americans are concerned about their right of ownership, right of worship, civil rights, and citizenship among other issues. Court cases have been won by tribes in some states; for instance Washington and Nevada, to give them back their ancestral lands and fishing rights. In addition, anthropological museums have acquired crucial artifacts foll ...

Different National Cultures

Negotiation refers to the collaboration between multiple parties in an endeavor to arrive at a mutually acceptable goal. For negotiations to be effective, they ought not to be perceived as being situations where parties are confronting others. Before the parties converge at the negotiating table, they ought to have established their wants and needs. These needs are supposed to represent concrete requirements while wants are those aspects that would facilitate business engagements. This means that for negotiations to be fruitful, the needs have to be fulfilled. Nevertheless, unfulfilled wants d ...