Question 5: Culture and Conflict in Organizational Integrity.
works contributed significantly to the development of the
Organizational Integrity approach. Arranged by importance
to the topic rather than alphabetically or chronologically,
they-and other works-may be secured through this site in
association with Amazon.com.
defined: Culture affects ethics and policy on many levels.
On a global basis, Huntington maintains that the principal
differences between people are cultural, and that the world
is dividing along cultural lines. Hofstede presages this
by finding deep, persisting cultural differences within
a multinational organization with a strong organizational
culture (IBM). Earley and Erez simplifies the Hofstede approach
and demonstrates how it might be applied by a multi-national
manager. Lewis brings an understanding of the world's principal
cultures to the multinational manager. Brockman points to
a developing "culture" composed of those scientists
who are able to communicate directly to the public as a
whole. Hofstede, Geert. Cultures
and Organizations: Software of the Mind. London:
McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1991.
have a history and structure:
P. Christopher, and Miriam Erez. The Transplanted Executive:
Why You Need to Understand How Workers in Other Countries
See the World Differently. New York: Oxford Univ.