How can we leverage differences to achieve our business goals? The idea of diversity has been around for years and we need to move beyond that to succeed. Jane Hyun, author of Flex: The New Playbook for Managing Across Differences, discusses cultural fluency to navigate across groups. This is vital today as we have seen shifts in not only the demographics of our workforce (i.e. Millennials) but with our investors, vendors, suppliers…
In this episode, find out about:
- Cultural fluency.
- Power distance.
Ask yourself: Have you thought about the power distance in your organization?
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- Black Box Thinking: Why Most People Never Learn from Their Mistakes – But Some Do by Matthew Syed
- Pachinko by Min Jin Lee
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