HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT-Globe Paper..

GLOBE PAPER

This assignment allows you to demonstrate mastery of course outcome:

1. analyze the different cultures and worldviews that inform human thinking and actions, and respond constructively to human and global differences in workplaces, communities, and organizations

Write a paper that compares and contrasts the cultures from the table in Part 1. Use three additional sources and include the GLOBE resources) to support your analysis of the two cultures. This paper should be around three to four pages in length. Your paper should not be a simple description – it should show evidence of analysis and synthesis of the information. Analysis and Synthesis

 

http://globeproject.com

 

The table Part 1 is the one you created last week, and it is attached in the same folder as this instructions paper. So, using what you developed in that table, now write a paper both comparing and contrasting the cultures from the two countries you chose previously.

Running head: Globe Table 1

 

Globe Table 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

Globe Table

Institution:

Student’s name:

Date:

Dimensions England Portugal
Uncertainty Avoidance Has a score of 4.65.

· They prefer minimizing chances of unknown incidences or occurrences.

· They are very careful when implementing changes or laws and regulations.

Has a score of 3.91.

· Are more comfortable with unstructured situations.

· They prefer having less rules as possible.

Future Orientation Has a score of 4.28.

· The level of savings is higher compared to the amount of earnings spent.

· They are more flexible and prefer working for long-term success.

· Long term gratification is what the society members prefer.

Has a score of 3.71

· They level of spending is higher compared to savings.

· Prefer being less flexible.

· They prefer having gratification as soon as possible.

 

Power Distance Has a score of 5.15.

· The leaders and people in power are highly privileged.

· Leaders run for power as much as they can.

· Everyone has specific place as inequality dominates (House et al, 2004).

Has a score of 5.44.

· The leaders and people in power are highly privileged.

· Leaders run for power as much as they can.

· Everyone has specific place as inequality dominates.

Institutional Collectivism Has a score of 4.27.

· There is collective distribution of resources to benefit the majority.

· There is use of communism in determining how resources are distributed in the economy.

Has a score of 3.92

· There is uneven distribution of resources in the society.

 

· There is increased capitalism in the way government’s resources are shared.

Humane Orientation Has a score of 3.72.

· Only few number of people responsible of other people’s welfare and well-being.

· The state is encouraged to provide social and economic support for the people.

Has a score of 3.91.

· Only few number of people responsible of other people’s welfare and well-being.

· The state is encouraged to provide social and economic support for the people.

Performance orientation Has a score of 4.08.

· The society rewards excellent performance.

 

· There is high promotion of innovation within the society.

 

 

· The society is characterized by high level of competitiveness (House et al, 2004).

Has a score of 3.6.

· The society does not always reward exemplary performance.

· Innovation is promoted but in specific sectors such as production and manufacturing.

· The level of competitiveness is moderate.

In Group Collectivism Has a score of 4.08.

· Some of the behaviors are determined by regulations and law while others are guided by personal preferences.

· Majority of the members of the society associate themselves with groups.

Has a score of 5.51.

· Social behaviors are determined by duties and obligations.

 

 

· People are associated and link themselves with groups.

Gender equality Has a score of 3.67.

· There is increased creation of awareness on gender equality although there is still significant number of gender inequality incidences.

Has a score of 3.66.

· There is increased creation of awareness on gender equality although there is still significant number of gender inequality incidences (House et al, 2004).

Assertiveness Has a score of 4.15.

· Members of the society do not shy from defending their beliefs and points of view.

· The members of society are open to constructive and complement criticism.

Has a score of 3.65.

· Majority of the members of society are not bold enough to champion for their rights and beliefs.

· Some of the members of society are not open to criticism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reference

House R.J, Hanges P.J, Javidan M, Dorfman P.V & Gupta V (2004). Culture, Leadership and Organizations: The Globe Study of 62 Societies. Sage Publications.

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