Cross Border Communication Case Study

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. Cross-border communication difficulties, language problems.
Many Chinese enterprises lack of international talents. Foreign personnel has to be sent in foreign places, but there is no suitable person. First of all, there are few foreign languages spoken, and there are not many college students who have good spoken English, now less and less among Chinese employees, and more and more Chinese student go to study abroad. But once they are done studying abroad, their spoken English for example is still not perfect. And this situation has an obvious impact on the speed of development of Chinese enterprises, which is not good because it makes it slower.
4. Conflict of Interest.
After the products of many Chinese companies went out, the first
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Cultural Conflicts. To make the culture of the parent company accepted by the staff in the country is very difficult. There are also many examples of the failure of the world's multinational companies and the Western powers, as example Hewlett-Packard and Compaq, Hewlett-Packard and Compaq IT Of the industry Five hundred Strong, combined with the decline in efficiency, not as good as imagined. In Chinese enterprises in Africa, it is relatively safe to think of ways and means to get to know each other after the employees of the two countries understand each…show more content…
Employees are also better at learning, improving and surpassing themselves to achieve their personal value. Relatively speaking, China is a relatively large power distance country. In China, the status symbol is very important. The privileges of superiors are often considered to be reasonable. This privilege has greatly strengthened the implementation of subordinates power by superiors. Many countries in the African continent have two polar phenomena on this issue. The people with high income and high social status belong to a group with relatively small distance rights, but those with low income and low social status have very large rights. These characteristics are obviously not conducive to the cooperative work relationship between the staff and the managers and the continuous learning and progress of the employees in the enterprise. Therefore, it should be adopted among Chinese enterprises in Africa the relationship between employees and managers to build collaborative work and learning opportunities for employees at work, so that they continue to progress to the humanism policy, managers need to consciously reduce the distance difference between the internal power in practice, it will be better to achieve management

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