The Value of Cultural Differences
Mindzak, Teacher, Japan, Member
Well said, however, not to forget that confusing social and cultural factors with political ones may not be the only premise
, assuming one may argue for the manager to able to pursue political gains alongside cultural and social ones hence, being careful of not needlessly prioritizing one at the expense of the other. All the same, a challenge exists namely, the necessity of consistency between one's actions and one's words. The tree is the wood and vice versa. In this case, the question becomes "what is the setting?