University of Phoenix
Integrative Intercultural Communication Paper
In today’s global business world society and the workplace are changing in many important ways. One of the most visible and perhaps most important ways is the increasing diversity. This offers us challenges as well as opportunities. Recently, the concept of intercultural communication in global business has completely witnessed a fundamental change compared to before. It was predicted that women, minorities, and the disabled will dominate the workforce. Organizations that are viewed as biased against these groups will not attract the competent workforce and can face not only legal troubles also the life span of their business can be greatly reduced. Today, it is vital that organizations prove their ability communicate intercultural in order to be successful in a constantly changing business environment. This is why it is important that we train our management to deal with people from many different places. Many believe enhanced communication abilities will prove profitable, in which case it's in the companies' own interest to support it. Communication is necessary if the organization is to prosper. Intercultural communication in the global business world is accomplished by adding diversity and understanding of the many different cultures that are in the work force. Potential contributors are most often not naturally attracted to an enterprise that they do not perceive as having a culture and micro society that would be comfortable, interesting, and supportive.
When we talk about intercultural communication we mean all the differences between people, whether they are gender, religion, race or any other differences that connect with each other and commutate whether verbally or nonverbally. It can also be seen as culture within the workplace, culture relates to gender, age, language, ethnicity, cultural background, sexual orientation, religious belief and family...
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