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Philippe d'Iribarne, a high civil servant and “Management and Society” director at the CNRS, proposes a means of reconciling “Modernist” and “Traditionalist” concepts with the company being a major source of inspiration. http://ow.ly/Qdo130aaZdp
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Jean-Daniel Tordjman takes a look at some of the key findings in Hesna Cailliau's book on China: Le paradoxe du poisson rouge – Une voie chinoise pour réussir: http://ow.ly/xWDV30aaZ5E
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Olivier d’Ormesson, a lawyer specialising in competition law and a member of the French Competition Authority’s board, discusses the requests for leniency submitted to the European Commission and the French competition authorities: http://ow.ly/BcdC30aaYQN
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Gaining a cultural understanding of the way the Chinese use the social networks is vital for any company selling their products in China. Chloé Ascensio shares more: http://ow.ly/zT5430aaYFG
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Jean Pautrot's discusses his belief that the managerial discomfort which sometimes leads to psychosocial risks can be analysed from a cultural viewpoint. http://ow.ly/ysEm30aaYz4
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National culture has a considerable influence on management styles. Understanding our reputation internationally, whether justified or not, can help us to be more effective in our dealings with colleagues, clients and suppliers from other cultures. So, how are French managers viewed abroad? Let’s discover “The good, the bad and the ugly…” http://ow.ly/dvHj30aaXQO
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Monique Cumin shares her experience of returning from a period of expatriation and talks about the taboo of facing the “culture shock” in her own country. http://ow.ly/kl8m30aaXOZ
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Feng Shui is serious business in China, and the workplace is no exception. Philippe Vigoureux, a leading intercultural consultant, shares a narrative that highlights the importance of understanding local beliefs before imposing your own. http://ow.ly/LDXl30aaXNQ
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How should you go about procurement in China? Stéphane Roche offers the following anecdote to highlight the impact of cultural differences when buying in China and the need to know the culture well to avoid mistakes concerning your contacts’ true intentions: http://ow.ly/l24Q30aaXJH
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Ross McInnes, the Chairman of Safran’s Executive Board, kindly accepted our invitation to discuss his career. We talked about that all-important sense of belonging, which involves a “dual culture” and about the French in the international environment. http://ow.ly/Ljjh30aaXH3
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