MGT 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Intellectual Capital, Social Capital, Ethnocentrism

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Tight culture - one with pervasive norms and practices of sanctioning deviance from norms. People"s values, norms, and behavior are similar to one another. Prefer to live near those who are similar to them. Tend to feel better when there is order and predictability in their lives, tend to be risk-averse. High uncertainty avoidance suggests the need for job security. High power distance suggests motivators in the relationship between subordinates and a boss. High individualism suggests people would be motivated by opportunities for individual advancement and autonomy. High masculinity suggests that most people would be more comfortable with the traditional division of work and roles. For most people, the basic meaning of work is tied to economic necessity for the individual and for society. Work centrality - degree of general importance that working has in the life of an individual at any given time. Similarities of some functions with maslow"s need categories.

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