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NUCB Graduate School of Management

Leading Multicultural Teams

Nov 9—10, 2019
2 days
Tokyo, Japan
TBD

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Description

The primary purpose of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to develop a better understanding of the dynamics of multicultural groups and teams and to learn intervention skills to improve individual, team and organizational performance. We will explore multicultural implications for individual, team, and organizational effectiveness. We will intentionally utilize the diversity in the classroom to shape several levels of a multicultural and intercultural learning laboratory and community.

Objectives

  • Learn first-hand about the challenges of acting in a multi-cultural environment
  • Utilize inter cultural models to enhance self and other awareness, reflection and understanding
  • Explore relevant theory and research that underlies effective multicultural management
  • Identify implications of the field of multicultural management for understanding and managing diversity in the organizational context

Day1

National Culture

  • Better understand the types of challenges and the complexity when conducting business cross national cultures
  • Establish that ideas about key leadership elements such as providing constructive feedback and motivating employees may vary dramatically from one cultural environment to another
  • Demonstrate how to effectively implement the management system and organizational culture in international M&A
  • Show the importance of identifying and developing culturally competent global leaders to bring cultural differences at both the individual and the organizational level

DAY2

Diversity within a firm

  • Identify the challenges and opportunities presented by diversifying the workforce, specifically by taking on new employees with different backgrounds, skills and personality attributes to the existing employees
  • Evaluate the role of a company’s history in determining a company’s culture, and the obstacles that this presents as the company’s strategy changes
  • Examine the elements of a systemic approach to achieving diversity and inclusion globally
  • Strengthen students’ understanding of the leadership challenges of managing differences

Experts

Edica Lin brought more than 20 years of extensive experience in global organizations. Prior to her current role as HR Leader, Growth Markets in Mercer, was Chief of Staff to CEO of Analog Devices Inc. where she spent more than four years in Shanghai China, Tokyo, Japan and Boston, MA. has spent 1...

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Nov 9—10, 2019
2 days
Tokyo, Japan
TBD

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