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GLOBALtalk eJournal

GLOBALtalk eJournals - international human capital - assist suppliers in succeeding in the global automotive industry.

October,  2005

Training Chinese knowledge workers fails
Shanghai - In a thorough study on how China's human capital is educated and training, Will Hickey paints a grim picture of wrong perceptions among all players, over expensive and ethnocentric training that basically fails to prepa (...)
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The different management skill-sets in Germany, the U.S., and Asia
People often ask if regional influences are behind the differences in management skill-sets that can be observed in Germany, the US, and Asia. Based on our international experience in Management Appraisals and backed-up by reports fr (...)
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Practical tips for protecting intellectual property in China
Despite attempts to improve the intellectual property protection environment in China, worries about privacy and infringement inevitably top the list of concerns raised by foreign companies preparing to do business here. (...)
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Making the most of your assignment
What is really being done? Maximizing the success of women on overseas assignments, part 2  Family Matters Partner satisfaction and overall fami (...)
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Multinationals revising long-term incentive programs for executives outside the U.S.
U.S. multinationals are overhauling their long-term incentive (LTI) programs for non-U.S. executives. This is a departure from the recent practice of relying on LTI plan features that were uniform worldwide, with the same vehicle (...)
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Complying with PRC anti-bribery laws
A clarification of China's criminal and commercial antibribery statutes The problem of corruption in China is evident to many who operate there. On one hand, foreign companies are competing in a countr (...)
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Many Expatriates, Many Voices: A Look Beyond the Assignees
It is not a secret that employees are but only one factor in the decision to take an assignment—it affects the entire family. But who should assume the responsibility to help ensure that employees are consulting their spouses/p (...)
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Global Language Training Programs
As the automotive industry continues to globalize, being able to communicate with your foreign colleagues, partners, suppliers or customers in their own language, even at a rudimentary level, is not just a nice skill to have, but (...)
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Relocating to China: Meeting the challenges head on
Patience, persistence, flexibility, a sense of humor and an open mind are things all expatriates should bring with them to a new culture. And China is no exception. Expatriates should remain open to the fact that the process of adapt (...)
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Is your business getting “Lost in Translation”?
•  What is the real issue in going from one country to another of a different language? •  How does this affect your business? •  What can you do about it? •  (...)
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Language Training 101
"Many people tend to assume that foreigners who cannot speak the local language are either stupid or gullible" - Sautters Osland, J. (1995). The Adventure of Working Abroad: Hero Tales From the Global (...)
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