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Culture Clash: Managing the Global High-Performance Team (Global Leader) (Global Leader Series) Paperback – 1 Jul 2003

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1.0 out of 5 stars Unacceptably Poor Digital Typesetting 12 Mar. 2013
By WAM - Published on Amazon.com
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I am returning my copy of Culture Clash unread because it is quite literally unreadable. The typesetting is unacceptably poor with numerous examples of spaces in the middle of words and spaces missing between words in every paragraph and paragraphs snaking their way down the page in an apparently random fashion. This is very disappointing because having read both the synopsis and the comments of other reviewers I was looking forward to reading the book. I have struggled through the introduction using Kindle software on a Mac and the Kindle app on an iPad, but in both cases the task of decyphering the typographical gibberish presented is completely frustrating and in the end hopeless. Skimming through to the end I see the dog's breakfast that is this e-edition of Thomas Zweifel's book gets no better. Perhaps this is not such a problem on a Kindle device. I don't know. I haven't got one. Whatever the case, this is an example of very poor quality control (I'm looking at you Amazon) that shouldn't have been put on sale without a very big warning to potential buyers hoping to use a non-Kindle device to read it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Provide deep insights about cultures while having fun! 11 April 2017
By Philippe - Published on Amazon.com
In today's world, working with different cultures around the world is more common than ever. If not working, simply interacting with people through internet or simply at the airport. This book provides very actionable and practical tools to connect people around the world building strong relationships. For example, the tool N°3 "Decoding Cultures" described in chap. 6, is a very funny and entertaining process to muscle our cultural mindset. It starts by observing the obvious, what is visible/audible signs and behaviors, logos, dress codes, architecture, movies, how people eat; to then, dive into the hidden blind spots, like automatic unconscious past decisions, or say otherwise: what people don’t know they don’t know. What I loved about practicing this tool what to do it with friends like a game and to eventually decode my own culture... which was kind of surprising.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A pleasant journey in cultural management. A must-read! 20 Jun. 2017
By Slersone - Published on Amazon.com
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Culture Clash prepares managers to the ever-growing globalization. This book tells the real journey of the world of cultural differences and how to adapt consequently in business relationships. A must-read!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very helpful guide for those who are working and doing business in the global economy. 9 Aug. 2016
By Rajat Bhatia - Published on Amazon.com
A very helpful audio book for those who are working and doing business in the global economy. Managing cultural differences well is a very important soft skill that managers and CEOs of large global organizations need in today's integrated world economy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars inspired 1 Jun. 2016
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Great examples, taken from real situations, many based on the author's personal experiences! Even when reading about pitfalls and cultural misunderstandings, you come away inspired, full of new ideas of how to do better next time - or how to fail better next time!
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