:Today on the show, we talk with Dave Pierce over the phone about foreign currency and capital markets. We discuss why you should care about foreign currency risk, whether you are part of a small domestic company or a giant multinational corporation.
Etiquette –“It’s not rules. It’s people.” Learn from Candilyn Newell, wife of a former US Ambassador to Sweden, about managing relationships and etiquette in an international setting.
Belief systems are an integral part of every culture. In today’s show, we focus on belief systems –what they are, why they are important, and how they affect business.
This episode is all about managing relationships. Join us as we take on two more “Culture Map” scales: Leading and Trusting.
What is considered “on-time” in the US Army versus a company in Costa Rica? And what drives student and employee motivation in different countries? In this episode we dive into two different “Culture Map” scales, Persuasion and Scheduling.
In this episode, we discuss the evaluating, disagreeing, and communicating scales formed by Erin Meyer. Along the way, we learn why the Swiss don’t necessarily mean to be rude, the Japanese know how to read the air, and more.
Join us as we begin a new season of our podcast!
What does innovation look like in emerging markets, and how is it different from innovation in developed markets? Jim Oldroyd explains his thoughts on the subject during this interview.
Earlier we heard from Aric Johnstone about his experiences working around the world. Aric moved back to the US not long after our interview. Today we hear about his experiences during his first 30 days back in his home country.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to work for a joint-venture between two global companies? Join us as we hear from Swedish professional Örjan Olsson’s about his experience working for the joint-venture between Universal Pictures and Sony, as well as his thoughts about Swedish Fika and the summer semester.