Great way to break it all down.
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Great way to break it all down.
Good model for cultural evaluation for touches almost every aspect organizations face within the society be it at local or international level.
****Power distance Index (PDI) - focuses on the degree of equality or inequality, between people in the country's society. ****Individualism/collectivism - Individualism (IDV) focuses on the degree the society reinforces individual or collective, achievement and interpersonal relationships. ****Masculinity/femininity - The Masculinity (MAS) focuses on the degree the society reinforces, or does not reinforce, the traditional masculine work role model of male achievement, control and power. ****Uncertainty Avoidance Index (UAI) - focuses on the level of tolerance for uncertainty and ambiguity within the society. ****Long-term orientation - determines the way people think and behave. International marketers must understand many subtle differences that may affect the way their marketing is made and perceived in foreign markets.
Most companies still struggle to move away from the Masculine model given that diversity is the accepted buzz these days.
Hofstede developed his original model as a result of using factor analysis to examine the results of a world-wide survey of employee values by IBM between 1967 and 1973. It has been refined since. The original theory proposed four dimensions along which cultural values could be analyzed: individualism-collectivism; uncertainty avoidance; power distance (strength of social hierarchy) and masculinity-femininity (task orientation versus person-orientation). Independent research in Hong Kong led Hofstede to add a fifth dimension, long-term orientation, to cover aspects of values not discussed in the original paradigm. In 2010 Hofstede added a sixth dimension, indulgence versus self-restraint. Hofstede's work established a major research tradition in cross-cultural psychology and has also been drawn upon by researchers and consultants in many fields relating to international business and communication.
According to the Hofstede’s five culture dimensions; Power Distance Index, Uncertainty Avoidance Index, Individualism, Masculinity/ Feminity and Long term organization, and in 2010 added a new dimension, all of organizations and companies have to face and to achieve their aim and goals.
I am really learning something new of cultural dimensions. Very interesting to know.
What is the relevance of Hofstede's theory in the running of businesses
As we have learned,Power Distance Index, Uncertainty Avoidance Index, Individualism, Masculinity/Feminity, Long-term orientation are the five culture dimensions of Hofstede.
Power Distance Index, Uncertainty Avoidance Index, Individualism, Masculinity/Feminity, Long-term orientation
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