Published Articles by MCD Managing Cultural Differences Networkers

Here you can take part of articles written by MCD networkers in magazines and newspapers.

Dec 2009, Pharma Industry

Viktigt för ledningen att hantera kulturskillnader

By Margareta Neld. För att lyckas i internationella affärer är det viktigt att kunna hantera kulturskillnaderna. Globaliseringen har tagit fart och vi tvingas tänka i nya banor och fundera över hur vi bäst hanterar det som är annorlunda, skriver Margareta Neld, konsult och medgrundare till Managing Cultural Differences, som utbildar chefer och medarbetare i att hantera kulturskillnader.

May 27, 2009 www.establishingabroad.com

Tips for dealing with cultural differences to the CEO for foreign affiliated companies in Sweden

By Margareta Neld. The first challenge a foreign CEO may encounter is that the labor law is different in Sweden compared to many other countries. The second is that leadership, organization and communication differs between countries.

 

Read the article in > English   > Swedish

May 7, 2009 Dagens Industri Debatt

Kinesiskt uppköp blir kulturkrock?

By Anders Fogelström och Thomas Krän. Kinesiska Geelys har visat intresse för Saab och Volvo. För att ett uppköp inte ska bli en mardröm krävs en konstruktiv dialog kring kulturskillnaderna, skriver företagsrådgivarna Anders Fogelström och Thomas Krän på DI Debatt.

 

Read the article on > di.se (only Swedish)

November, 2008 www.establishingabroad.com

Increasingly important to deal with cultural differences

By Thomas Krän. If you are aware of cultural differences, it is easier to face them and
escape unnecessary problems, misunderstandings and irritation. To succeed in a new
market, it is important to be aware of cultural differences and learn how to deal with
and respect them and to see the opportunities.

October 2008 www.establishingabroad.com

To deal with cultural differences in your company

By Margareta Neld. When preparing to establish abroad include the intercultural aspects
and prepare your staff for how to deal with them. It is not until you are humble
enough to realise that your own culture is not always the best that you start
respecting other cultures.