Intercultural Relations: Communication, Identity, and Conflict

With modern global communications and transportation and the international nature of politics and commerce, almost every organization requires executives and managers who can deal with people of all cultural backgrounds. This is also true within countries due to the steady flow of people across national borders and the domestic growth of multicultural workforces. Understanding other cultures and developing skills for more effective cross-cultural communication is increasingly more important in the culturally interdependent world of today and tomorrow.