“Las cuestiones culturales” son una razón comúnmente citada del porqué los proyectos tienen problemas. Pero, ¿es siempre la razón de fondo?
All of the places we have been quoted and pieces we have written.
“Cultural issues” are a commonly cited reason why projects run into trouble. From language barriers to notions of time to misaligned views on risk management, it’s the “go-to” culprit. But is it always the underlying reason?
Many cultures tend to say “yes,” even when the answer is “no” to avoid disappointment, embarrassment, or loss of face. The “yes” may often be accompanied by subtle contextual cues that indicate that this is in fact a “no.”
Cultural Mixology was pleased to have the results of its Latin American Cultural Differences Survey featured in the Intelligence Gathering section of Poder Hispanic Magazine’s October/November 2012 issue.
Cultural Mixology recently surveyed 250 natives from six countries in Latin America, including Colombia, to find out an insider’s view of what people believe makes their culture unique.
The stereotypes abound: fiestas,siestas, and mañana. Searching for information on the cultural differences among the twelve countries of South America is a surprisingly challenging task.
Global environments can amplify the levels of conflict that already exist in organizations. Applying one or more of these classic conflict management techniques can prove especially effective with multicultural teams.
Nos hemos adaptado para ser eficientes en nuestros mundos virtuales, pero, lo hemos hecho en el contexto de la administración de proyectos y en la forma en que manejamos los equipos virtuales?
Unplanned delays and project overruns are two critical challenges that continue to haunt even the most competent project managers. Are there tools or techniques to mitigate or avoid these critical problems?