Statistical approach to Culture

Culture is statistically relevant 

Culture can be expressed in numbers

The scientific measurement of social values, i.e. Culture, started in the 1980s by the groundbreaking model of Prof.Hofstede which has been repeatedly validated since then.

 

Today it is applied as a lean, practical, applicable system for managing cultural differences. 

We are able to give numerical expression to what drives people's behavior.

So we can talk in a common language about the differences that exist between nations, groups, teams, corporate units and organizations.

This common language helps us to design ways to bridge those differences and achieve better performance in the workplace and in business relations.

Attitudes to Inequality

Attitudes to Inequality

Belonging to the Group

Belonging to the Group

Avoiding Uncertainty

Avoiding Uncertainty

What Makes Succes

What Makes Succes

Views about Time and Truth

Views about Time and Truth

The Happiness Dimension

The Happiness Dimension

We are all different. Yet, we share the same concerns and we face the same dilemmas:

   Our relationship with those who

   are in power

   

   Our affinity to belong to various 

   groups

   How we find ways to deal with    

   Uncertainty

   What we understand when we 

   talk about success

The way we resolve these dilemmas may carry potential for clashes.

But it is also makes us similar and enables us to work together.

Images created by Geert Jan Hofstede for www.geerthofstede.eu

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Culturebox is a Los Angeles based consultancyassociate partner of Hofstede Insights, authorized to apply the 6-D Hofstede Model in Culture for Business. 

We are uniquely positioned to manage the combined consequences of both National and Organizational Culture for strategic leverage.

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