Work Culture in India
There is high power distance in India. It is fully acceptable for strong hierarchy to occur in most Indian organisations. They have high need of structuring relationships, with an aim to attach a set of responsibilities and expectations to a certain person in a senior position.
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Argumentative & too emotional – are Indians tough to work with?
Corporate Dossier asked expatriate CEOs to describe the most incorrigible traits of Indian work culture. The list we’ve compiled might upset you, but feel free to argue — which you will anyway
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10 tips on how to work effectively with Indians
Indians place great value on relationships in business so it is essential to understand their rich and diverse culture, from the complex politics to the steep hierarchies in business to the influence of the family –
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Is Indian corporate culture employee friendly?
Uber and Swiggy, storied start-ups on two sides of the world, both beset by a common problem. In July this year, former employees of the food delivery aggregator, Swiggy wrote an anonymous blog alleging discrepancies in the sales figures and of being unfair to restaurant partners.Uber and Swiggy, storied start-ups on two sides of the world, both beset by a common problem.
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The 4 Elements That Make Great Company Culture
Maintaining an effective culture is so important that it, in fact, trumps even strategy.” – Howard Stevenson Culture. It’s probably a word you hear often if you follow blogs on entrepreneurship or read articles on business and management. But what is it exactly?
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