By Donna M. Stringer
Ultimately, a whole handbook of actions dedicated to values exploration. The authors have written and tailored sound, ready-to-use actions for settings the place the exploration of worth modifications will be invaluable: the place of work, the study room, human assets courses, ESL sessions, company range education and others.
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After participants return to the larger group, ask each small group to report the expressions that were shared by most people in their group and those that were unique, including the values implicit in each saying and the source of the expression. If time allows, record the values on a flipchart for comparison. Saying It Makes It So Handout 1. Make hay while the sun shines. 2. Keep your ear to the ground. 3. Fly by the seat of your pants. 4. Easy as rolling off a log. 5. Dot your i's and cross your t's.
Which actions or behaviors were helpful to you in the discussion of the differences? Were there actions or behaviors that interfered with your group participation? What values of yours got in your way? 4. What did you learn? 5. How can you apply this information to your work life? Debriefing Conclusions 1. Cultural values influence expectations and perceptions of the manager's or leader's role and of appropriate organizational structures. 2. The differences in expectations/perceptions can be an advantage to an organization's effectiveness.
Time is money. 27. Children should be seen but not heard. 28. A woman's place is in the home. 29. Fish or cut bait. 30. Go along for the ride. 30 Chapter 8: Saying It Makes It So Chapter 9: Organizations in Cultural Perspective 31 Chapter 9: Organizations in Cultural Perspective Overview Adapted from research reported in "Reinventing Management at the Cross-Roads of Culture" by André Laurent. Work L P, T, O, M Time Required 60 minutes (5 minutes on individual work; 15 minutes to contrast worksheet with handout; 40 minutes for discussion and debriefing) Objectives 1.
52 Activities for Exploring Value Differences by Donna M. Stringer