Topic 1 Cross-cultural Infuences-Unit 5 Discussion PostIn learning about diFerent countries or cultures, it can be use±ul to get a sense o± the belie± systems that are key to a worldview. The unit Reading introduce a variety o± cultures as it can be a challenge to understand the roots o± these diFerent perspec²ves and interac²ons.Research on countries and cultures can be help±ul in naviga²ng cross-cultural infuences and working as a part o± a global culture. “Pro±essor Geert Ho±stede conducted one o± the most comprehensive studies o± how values in the workplace are infuenced by culture (“Geert Hoe±stede,” 2015)” Using Hoe±stede’s research as a guide, you will look into a country where you live or have lived, and compare the values in the survey with another country that interests you. Use the Geert Hoe±stede website to search ±or the values o± your home country and another country.h³p://geert-ho±stede.com/countries.html Assume there will be a business transac²on between yoursel± and someone ±rom the other country you have selected. You will introduce one similarity and explain how this may be a bene´t in this
Unit 7 Discussion There are a few similarities between the American and French Revolutions. Some that I found were. .. Britians treasury was drained so they taxed America and angered the colonists, similar to the French treasury being low, so they declared war on other countries to try to refill the treasury. Both the French and American Revolution had their own declarations and constitutions written. Both countries won their revolutions. Each countries king was the cause of the revolution. (King George III and King Louis XIV) Both countries were influenced by the Enlightenment ideas. Some differences between the two revolutions that I found were. .. The geographical differences is an obvious difference. Also, France wanted a new government and more money and food supply, and America just wanted their independence from Britian. America had taxing problems and acts from the British that were hard on them, and France were the ones hard on others for money to refill their supplies.