Uncertainty Avoidance in International BusinessUncertainty Avoidance in International Business

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.

If you want to learn more, why not get the complete book on Uncertainty Avoidance. Exclusively available on Kindle by Amazon. Click here to get it now.

Uncertainty Avoidance Links

Some links on this website that also cover aspects of Uncertainty Avoidance:

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Finally

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this far, and to listen to my Podcast.

I hope you will be back for the next episode of the Culture Matters Podcast!

Trust is important in international business, read more about trust here.

Chris is passionate about Cultural Differences. He has been helping organizations save time and money when they work Internationally for the last 20+ years. While doing this he had the fortunate opportunity to hold lectures, workshops, and consulting projects on this subject World Wide. It has made him understand his own culture much better and appreciate the differences around the world.
His education is in Organisational Psychology and he has lived in the USA, the Netherlands, and currently lives in Belgium.

Chris Smit
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