A. the member-states' prime ministers or presidents.
B. the member-states' ministers who represent the specific area being discussed.
C. elected members from across Europe, elected by country.
D. appointed representatives from each member-state.
In an affective culture (Trompenaars), emotions are seen as:
A. responses to be freely displayed.
B. private and, therefore, not displayed.
C. a weakness and, therefore, hidden.
D. appropriate to share with family members only.
Latin and Asian countries' scores on Hofstede's power distance dimension are relatively
large and relatively low on:
A. the individualism dimension.
A. prescribe how certain activities will be carried out.
B. are broad guidelines used to assist lower-level managers to handle recurring
C. ensure that all budgets will be prepared using the same format.
D. all of the above.