Culture

Unique working style, weekly reporting to home base: management lessons from eastern cultures

Synopsis

India has a good number of white-collar executives from South Korea, Japan, and China. These expats maintain their cultural identity and have their own style of management. They import every food ingredient from their home country. They follow and expect staunch adherence to hierarchy. Do eastern cultures give as much importance to their employees as they do to their customers?

Ours is a diverse nation with multiple official languages, a rich bouquet of dialects, and hundreds of cuisines. India’s culture has absorbed the nuances that came from many invader-imposed rules, traditions, and learnings. Its market has seen the tyranny of poverty as well as the glorification of wealth and individual brilliance. India’s modern economic journey began in 1991 with liberalisation. It opened up the market and domestic talent,

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