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The Hidden Cultural Dimension You Need to Understand When Doing Business Overseas
This podcast is something different from the regular Interview podcasts that I do.
I wanted to pay more attention to Hofstede’s fourth and most difficult dimension: Uncertainty Avoidance.
Time and again explaining this dimension is difficult to do.
A lot of people link it only to official rules. But that is not enough. Uncertainty Avoidance covers a whole lot more.
Listen to this podcast and find out what else is linked to this complex cultural dimension.
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Uncertainty Avoidance Links
Some links on this website that also cover aspects of Uncertainty Avoidance:
- What is Uncertainty Avoidance
- Examples of Uncertainty Avoidance
- Uncertainty Avoidance in the Netherlands and Belgium Compared
- Uncertainty Avoidance, the United States and the Credit Crisis
- Uncertainty Avoidance in Venezuela
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Every other week there is a guest with broad international experience and lots of cultural insights. I interview real people with real stories.
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I have a Master's Degree in Organisational Psychology and have lived in the USA, the Netherlands and, currently, in Belgium.
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