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    An international business expert helps you understand and navigate cultural differences in this insightful and practical guide, perfect for both your work and personal life. 

    Americans precede anything negative with three nice comments; French, Dutch, Israelis, and Germans get straight to the point; Latin Americans and Asians are steeped in hierarchy; Scandinavians think the best boss is just one of the crowd. It's no surprise that when they try and talk to each other, chaos breaks out. In The Culture Map, INSEAD professor Erin Meyer is your guide through this subtle, sometimes treacherous terrain in which people from starkly different backgrounds are expected to work harmoniously together. She provides a field-tested model for decoding how cultural differences impact international business, and combines a smart analytical framework with practical, actionable advice. 

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.  

    ©2016 Erin Meyer (P)2019 PublicAffairs

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    • SHERIF M TARIQ
    • 15/10/2020

    Insightful, fun, and educational

    Growing up in the Middle East, I found it both shocking and surprising how different Americans were in the way they related to others. Now I know why, and also why I had such a hard time adjusting to American culture.

    This book does a fantastic job of showing with lots of fun, surprising, and embarrassing anecdotes why people from one culture struggle to relate to and do business with people from other cultures and vice versa.

    I’ve spent decades talking to people from other cultures but it wasn’t until I read this book that I finally understood why and how to avoid some of the embarrassing mistakes I’ve made trying to make connections with folks from different cultures.

    If you’re traveling to another country for business or pleasure, read this book before you even get on the plane. The book was entertaining, educational, surprising, and informative. Excellent narration. Definitely looking forward to listening to it again and again.

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    • Slava F.
    • 23/02/2021

    Should be taught in high schools and business schools

    Truly wish this subject was covered in business schools and maybe even high school. Great help and practical tips for navigating our cross cultural world.

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    • Janeen
    • 03/02/2021

    so inspirational

    This book was so incredible. The amount of education I have absorbed from this book... The author co-wrote Netflix's book: Rules No Rules. which is one of my top 5 favorites. the author of this book is so well versatile and opened minded. phenomenal

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    • E
    • 30/01/2021

    insightful

    this book is extremely insightful and the examples are fun. as someone who has lived and worked in several countries, this book gave me the vocabulary to describe cultural differences and also pointed out nuances that I hadn't already identified.

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    • Lady Green Hawk
    • 27/01/2021

    Excellent tool for improved communication

    Well crafted, documented analysis of cultural differences along with tools to build bridges. The narration and flow of this book make for easy listening. An overall excellent book if we wish to communicate better with an overseas business partner or with our neighbor or spouse.

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    • Gena M Womack
    • 31/12/2020

    Eye opening

    Well done Erin. Thank you for sharing your learnings across cultures. With an open mind and thankful heart I can identify places I could have take. Time to learn more. This will definitely be getting another read from me so I can be sure to soak more in.

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    • jessica mathews
    • 03/12/2020

    Fascinating how we work!

    Just finished this book. Was recommended by international businessman friend, Gary Ingram, and it did not disappoint!
    Basically this is for anyone that wants to improve their cultural IQ especially if working with teams across the globe. It was fascinating that things from our history 1,000 years ago still impact how we relate. This is a studious book. Very insightful and I had several ah ha moments. Also she didn’t discuss Alaskan Native culture but I have learned many valuable lessons about my assumptions because of my upbringing in the south as a white person of English/German decent. It made me appreciate my southern upbringing even though it did not discuss all the diversity going on in the South. Having traveled to Spain and Japan so many many things are so interesting. I truly think everyone should travel outside their culture. It can be so amazing and I feel VERY blessed for the wonderful international and culturally diverse people in my sphere

    Thank you for making me a more well rounded person and thank you for exposing me to so many different perspectives!

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    • Kindle Customer
    • 14/11/2020

    Finally gives me a comprehensive grasp about many different business cultures

    Having lived in the UK,China and The Netherlands, worked in more than 20 countries and visited more than 50 and understanding some of the basic cultural differences and how to navigate them but this book has given me so much more knowledge and insight across many more cultures and how they work and interact with each other. It has also given me practical techniques so of which I have used in my multicultural team and wider business interactions. I recommend this book to anyone that wants to understand and work more effectively with different cultures.

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    • Cherry Shaw
    • 22/09/2020

    Full of wisdom and practicality

    Great book. An essential read for anyone living or working in a multi-cultural context.

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    • Andrew van Ingen
    • 09/09/2020

    Simply complex!

    Actually, the author presents several complex differences in a very clear way. I really enjoyed this book.

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    • Silvia
    • 26/11/2020

    New perspective

    Before this book I had a sense of a common Optima as in leading, discussing and interacting with other people. Now this view has changed. Now I think more in terms of local Optima for each person, group or culture. Thank you Erin Meyer

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    • Benjamin
    • 07/10/2020

    Fun and easy

    This book is a fun and easy read for a not always very exciting topic.
    Erin though explains nicely, and with lots of interesting stories, her famous culture map.

    A good read for every travelling business man and master students.

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    • KPG
    • 25/08/2020

    Interkulturelle Kompetenzsteigerung

    Grundsätzlich handelt es sich um ein hoch spannendes Thema. Die vielen praktischen Beispiele aus dem wahren Leben sind sehr einprägsam. Ab der Hälfte jedoch kommt eine gefühlte Wiederholung auf. Die Sprecherin klingt leider wie ein Computer.

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    • Konrad Nieradka
    • 13/01/2020

    Where have you been all these years?

    (Not written yet, I know)
    One of the most valuable reads in my life. Essential in international working environment. Will save you a lot of frustration and embarrassment. I wish I had the chance to learn from it much earlier in my life. But better late than never.