Task And Relationship Orientations Of Thai And American Business Students' Based On Cultural Contexts
Source: Nova Southeastern University
Global managers and educators should understand that cultural differences cannot be cured and, therefore, they should be accepted if professionals are to build strong relationships in order to work effectively in diverse workplaces and educational settings across the globe. Some of the common differences are across high and low context countries as well as those of individualistic and collectivistic cultures. To explore such differences, this paper focused on the cultural differences of Thai students in Thailand and American students from the United States of America (U.S.A.) in the business programs.