If you want to understand Koreans better, you should try kimchi. It’s deliciously representative of
how Koreans express emotion, speak with higher context, and respect elders.
In Japan, the “in-group” of greatest importance is often found in the workplace.
Workers in Brazil are known for taking long lunches. This cultural difference has major business implications. Learn them now before your lunch in Brazil.
Understanding the unique culture and challenges in Malawi will help managers build on the great opportunities that lie ahead for their businesses.
In Saudi Arabia, casually assuming that a women’s restroom will be readily available could prove unwise.
Dillon Papenfuss and Andrew Brewer
Chinese culture presents several unique challenges for foreign professionals. Just like tangram puzzles, it helps to understand the game in order to find the perfect solutions.
The importance of rapid lead response is huge. Companies that want to succeed need to act fast in order to convert a potential customer.
In the United States, we don't use head movement in our gestures very much. In India, however, head movement conveys important information.
Every business is exposed to foreign currency risk. Understanding when and how your company is exposed will help you better plan and prepare for the future.