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According to House, et al., there are two very distinct type of cultures masculine and feminine cultures. According to the authors, the masculine culture values assertiveness while a feminine culture values nurturance. The masculine culture prizes recognition and advancement while the feminine culture cooperation and caring. Some cultures encourage men to work outside of the home and women to stay home while other cultures encourage equality in such things. Based on House, et al.’s position on such cultural dimensions what do you think that the United States is, a masculine or feminine culture? Is Mexico a masculine or feminine culture? Would you think that Mexico’s masculine score is much higher than the United States? Please go to Geert Hofstede’s website: https://geert-hofstede.com/countries.html and compare the United States cultural dimension scores with Mexico? How does the masculinity score of Mexico compare to the U.S. masculinity score? If it is higher is it much greater or just a bit greater? If it is less is much less or just a bit less? Finally were you surprised by your finding?
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Explore the following linked resources that describe organizational culture in two different workplaces: the Gjøa offshore platform and Volkswagen (during 2006-2015). 1. The Life Onboard
Bob is project manager for a construction company. The firm is the general contractor and is building a skyscraper in a well-known Middle Eastern country.
Explain via a report the values and standards required by an organisation and how they relate to performance management. Include in the report team and