Our 21st century business world is changing more rapidly than ever before. Cultural ComplexityA�in the work environment will continue to increase significantly. Technology is playing the biggest role in that shift.
Talent Development today is highly impacted by Cultural Diversity a�� at all levels of the organization. Traditional national cultural knowledge that was sufficient in the 80a��s – or even just 5 years ago – is not enough to succeed today.
Our Cultural Awareness at Work has to shift to a more practical, holistic and highly intuitive approach to include generational, functional, corporate, team, etc. cultural diversity.
We need newA�and creative ways of turning any Cultural Business ChallengeA�into successes, especially as the speed of technology development is often surpassing our ability to adjust and flex.
Coming soon – stay tuned here for new and exciting cultural business insights for Virtual Teams, Leadership and Strategy.
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This morning we got up at 6am in order to enjoy a full day excursion to the British capital city, London.
On arriving we embarked on a rotation of the 135m tall a�?London Eyea�?. After a short stop at Starbucks for coffee we headed across Westminster Bridge on an enormous 11km long sightseeing tour that took 4 A? hours, including a picnic lunch in beautiful St. Jamesa��s Park near Buckingham Palace.
We rounded our stay in London off with a boat cruise on the river Thames to Tower Bridge. For our English Camp World students this was an exciting day full of history, culture and superlatives. Camp Guides Beccy, Ruby and Tamara did a wonderful job of presenting the facts and fictions that are the make-up and fabric of London.
We arrived back at camp at 11pm, very tired but full of impressions of this wonderful city. London is impossibly complex, cosmopolitan, cultured, cool and clever. There is and always will be something new to discover.
In the words of the famous 18th Century English scholar, dictionary-writer and poet Dr. Samuel Johnson: a�?When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life.a�?
London lives, thrives and will forever be in our hearts!