Cross-cultural management strategiesAcknowledge and manage cultural difference for seamless and effective business results
Operational and strategic intercultural management
It is recognized worlwide that the long-standing process of globalization, encouraged by the evolution of ICT technologies has beee leading to the cancellation of the distances, not only at a geographical but also at a cultural level. In reality, even when people are collaborating in the same room, it is not rare that they do not understand each other or that their communication is not effective. This is often due to reasons related to diversity in sensitivity, education, behavioral standards, etc. and not just for mere language and translation proficiency, poor technical contents or both.
In our experience we have learned that, even if objectives and values are the same or similar, the members in one work / project group may achieve greater success and more easily if aware of the others’ sensitivities and the paradigms of thought , since this can result in smoother or troublesome communication, stronger or weaker relationship and in the end of closer or loose cooperation.
Certainly, as surveys and studies by researchers keep on showing, an education of our mind about cross-cultural management impacts and interculturality can become wirh any professional sphere a popwerful tool, or at least a resource to be cared of and optimized.
To such aim JMAC provides an experienced support to the recognition of the paradigms that define the major aspects of diversity, while promoting a strategy design based on the awareness of diversity in a sort of map.of the cultural differences and similarities among countries and people.
Also, examples drawn from the daily management practice ( that everyone can put in place to dampen the effects of confrontation, rupture or dissatisfaction) offer an operational guide to remove barriers and achieve the goals of managers as a crosswise, common success of globally committed teams.
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Customized seminars and events
To deepen and compare critical aspects of application, perspectives and benefits related to the relationship with new technologies, JMAC provides experiences and expertise to enrich and diversify the debate, contributing to the development of industrial thinking and social value.
Hints for working well with Japanese business people
Break down the cultural barriers and bring out the valuable contribution of individuals in teams
Japanese business etiquette workshops
Provide the basic knowledge about business manners helps iprofessionasl to feel at ease and work better in intercultural teams
Japan, February 2019
Tokyo, February 2019 – JMAC belongs to the JMA Group, whose business activities include the arrangement of international trade fairs in primary business sectors in the global scenario of products and market relationships. FOODEX Japan is a special meeting point to key players on the food &beverage ground: 3,500 exhibitors and 85thousand visitors expected at this new 44th edition.
The concept of circula economy has been developed and put in place more than 15 years ago in Japan. Now it is booming in Europe and we are still far from a common and systematic run in Europe. The good news is that we have a good case history to refer to: not just good will of individuals, but nations-wide awareness and relevant experience of all types organizations.