By Grant Hall. Corporate cultural diplomacy is more than getting people together in a room and hoping they like each other.
from the archives of wherewordsfailblog.com
Kenji Wardenclyffe’s striking image from a racist rally in Melbourne is gaining global attention.
Theoretical learning about cultural norms from courses and books can be a poor substitute to on-the-ground, in-country, cultural immersion learning.
Contrasting Kevin Rudd’s Ted Talk ‘Are China and US doomed to conflict?’ with the tale of Matt and Brother Orange.
P&G demonstrates the importance of differentiation and the need to connect with your consumer at a local level.