Intercultural Survey: participant’s origin

Participants answered the open question: ‘In which country have you been born and raised? ‘ Some may have indicated two countries, like: Germany / U.S.A The grouping of countries, apart from geographical position, is also based on the distinction between WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialised,  Rich & Democratic) and less-WEIRD countries, as well as on Hofstede’s […]

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Graphics of the Expats-Dutch survey on Hidden Cultural Differences

Purpose of the questionnaire is: to direct thought to issues that cross-cultural research has demonstrated significant differences between groups of cultures. Not to give answers. Just to make us seriously consider, that what is self-evident for ‘me‘ might not be for ‘you‘ too. That’s why the answers are designed with ‘Yes’ or  ‘No’ ‘. Participants: Expats from diverse cultural background […]

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Exchange of ‘good points’ in cross-border co-operation

In one of our recent cross-national comparative survey we have asked employees, mostly IT specialists   who work for large Telecommunication companies in Greece and in the Netherlands and cooperate with each other, among others,  the following question: ‘Can you think of something your counterparts in the Netherlands (or in Greece) are doing well? Something you would […]

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Participants evaluate us

Anonymous evaluations Participants are kindly asked to anonymously evaluate our approach, methods and case-studies discussed in our workshops which we always keep small (maximum 14 people). Here is the total feedback of one of our latest workshop:   Find out more about our upcoming Workshop?

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Mind the Gap

The intercultural workshop for both expats and Dutch natives Dutch read: Master the  Hidden  Cultural Differences

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