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Transcultural Management

Creating value by valuing difference

Differences and similarities between people, cultures, organisations and nations are difficult, if not impossible, to quantify (量を計る、数値で示す). We may never know why we like, or dislike, others, their behaviour or policies. Was the synergy (相乗効果) and success, or miscommunication and failure, a result of gender, cross-cultural or generational difference, ethnicity, or personality? Or any one of the dozens of subtle, often invisible, differences that exist between people and cultures? At Transcultural Management Canada, we follow the Creating Value by Valuing Difference approach to valuing difference and making sense of the world we live and work in. To concentrate on only one, or a few, of the many possible differences between people, teams, or in cross-border interaction is non-productive and misleading. We make no distinction therefore between intercultural and diversity management, holding as key principle that these are one and the same.

Our vision is to create cultural synergy in a global world.

At Transcultural Management Canada we partner our clients in developing unique approaches to creating inclusive (包括的な) work atmospheres. When employees do not feel valued or engaged, they are often discouraged and unhappy. This in turn impacts not only overall productivity, but the atmosphere in the workplace. Employee engagement surveys have demonstrated repeatedly that an unhappy and dysfunctional work environment is the number one reason talented resources choose to go to another employer. Whether the challenges are around multi-generational leadership, style diversity, gender, ethnic, or other categorized diversity, the solution lies in change and adaption (適応), both by the employees themselves, but in the corporate culture, and beginning with the senior leadership.

We have developed and implement accurate and highly sensitive instruments to assess corporate culture (through an organizational due diligence process, OD2), attitudes and approaches to cooperation and team participation (through the Culture in the Workplace Questionnaire), personality indicators (ALTI) and many more. Transcultural Management Canada offers a very wide range of different approaches for companies of any size, or representing any industry, to accurately assess the present corporate culture and reveal systemic and unconscious preferences that exclude (排除する) employees, and the valuable contributions they could be making.

21世紀は、Transcultural Managementが出来るリーダーが求められるでしょう。
企業が世界進出をするに伴い、
リーダーや従業員までも世界的視野を兼ね備えていなければなりません。
by yu-fen-sun | 2009-09-07 01:49 | 英語関連