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The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams
The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams
The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams
Biggest Challenge
Biggest Challenge
A Model of Culture
A Model of Culture
Culture
Culture
Culture forms patterns of behavior shaped by…
Culture forms patterns of behavior shaped by…
Learning culture
Learning culture
British social anthropologist, Mary Douglas
British social anthropologist, Mary Douglas
Structure and Community
Structure and Community
Community
Community
Two dimensions form
Two dimensions form
Cultural Ideals maintained by
Cultural Ideals maintained by
4 Types of Cultural Ideals
4 Types of Cultural Ideals
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Tokyo 2010, May 11-14
Type A: Individualizing
Type A: Individualizing
Individualizing
Individualizing
Type B: Subjugating
Type B: Subjugating
Subjugating
Subjugating
Type C: Hiearching
Type C: Hiearching
Hierarching
Hierarching
Type D Equalizing
Type D Equalizing
Equalizing
Equalizing
Differentiating the types
Differentiating the types
Differentiating the Types
Differentiating the Types
Differentiating the Types
Differentiating the Types
Decision-making type
Decision-making type
Truth/knowledge/thinking
Truth/knowledge/thinking
Relationships
Relationships
Which type describes you
Which type describes you
Case Study 1
Case Study 1
Case Study 2
Case Study 2
Differentiating Culture from Biblical Values
Differentiating Culture from Biblical Values
Cultural Bias
Cultural Bias
Type A Cultural Bias
Type A Cultural Bias
Type B Cultural Bias
Type B Cultural Bias
Type C Cultural Bias
Type C Cultural Bias
Type D Cultural Bias
Type D Cultural Bias

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The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams

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1 The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams

The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams

Sheryl Takagi Silzer Sunny EunSun Hong

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2 The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams

The Biggest Challenge for Multicultural Teams

To discover the extent to which we believe our culture to be biblical.

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3 Biggest Challenge

Biggest Challenge

First need to understand culture

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4 A Model of Culture

A Model of Culture

What comes to mind when you think about culture?

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5 Culture

Culture

We are shaped by our culture through the ideals and values reflected in how we carry out our everyday activities.

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6 Culture forms patterns of behavior shaped by…

Culture forms patterns of behavior shaped by…

types of decision-making (will) ideals, beliefs/values, thinking (mind) types of social relationships/ social responsibility (heart)

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7 Learning culture

Learning culture

Using a model of culture-- Structure and Community

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8 British social anthropologist, Mary Douglas

British social anthropologist, Mary Douglas

Studied cultures all over the world Found two main dimensions Structure (grid), differences Community (group), similarities

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9 Structure and Community

Structure and Community

Differences (Structure) age gender social status job, prestige ethnicity/color wealth

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10 Community

Community

Similarities (Community) cohesiveness through regular socializing social responsibility

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11 Two dimensions form

Two dimensions form

4 four different cultural activities 1. Individuating 2. Subjugating 3. Hierarching 4. Equalizing

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12 Cultural Ideals maintained by

Cultural Ideals maintained by

1. Individuating behavior 2. Isolating behavior 3. Hierarching behavior 4. Equalizing behavior

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13 4 Types of Cultural Ideals

4 Types of Cultural Ideals

A= (weak structure, weak community) B= (strong structure, weak community) C= (strong structure, strong community) D= (weak structure, strong community)

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14 Tokyo 2010, May 11-14

Tokyo 2010, May 11-14

15 Type A: Individualizing

Type A: Individualizing

Weak Structure Weak Community Eg. US, consumer cultures

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16 Individualizing

Individualizing

Makes individual decisions Has individual truth Takes individual social responsibility

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17 Type B: Subjugating

Type B: Subjugating

Strong Structure Weak Community Eg. UK, Germany, US institutions, Biola

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18 Subjugating

Subjugating

Decisions follow the rules Truth is the system Individual social responsibility

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19 Type C: Hiearching

Type C: Hiearching

Strong Structure Strong Community Japan, Korea, China, Philippines, Thailand, Viet Nam

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20 Hierarching

Hierarching

Decisions by the top of the hierarchy, tradition, consensus Truth follows tradition Community social responsibility

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21 Type D Equalizing

Type D Equalizing

Weak Structure Strong Community Eg. Australia, Papua, Central Asia Caribbean

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22 Equalizing

Equalizing

Decisions by the community Truth defined as equality Social responsibility for the community

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23 Differentiating the types

Differentiating the types

A= does not have the same rules or does not affiliate with only one group B= rules differentiate what people do, not who they are C= rules differentiate people within a group D= principles define equality in the group

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24 Differentiating the Types

Differentiating the Types

A and B say things regardless of others’ feelings to justify self face, they perceive they speak the truth C and D guard what they say in order not to hurt others’ feelings and will lie or bend the truth to maintain group face

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25 Differentiating the Types

Differentiating the Types

Hierarchy/strong structure & community Prominently displays photos/pictures of the national leader/s, authority figures The dead influence the living (eg. Japan kimono) Age is important (eg. younger siblings waits for older to get married first)

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26 Decision-making type

Decision-making type

A=Makes own decisions B=Follows the rules of the system C=Submits to the hierarchy D=Submits to the group

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27 Truth/knowledge/thinking

Truth/knowledge/thinking

A=Finds own truth B=Follows the system truth/rules C=Accepts the hierarchy’s truth, tradition D=Accepts the group’s principles of equality

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28 Relationships

Relationships

A=Choose your own friends, not long term relationships B=Choose relationships according to rules, not long term relationship C=Family’s friends are your friends forever D=Your friends are those who continue to share the same principles of equality

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29 Which type describes you

Which type describes you

A=Individualizing B=Subjugating C=Hierarching D=Equalizing

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30 Case Study 1

Case Study 1

What went wrong? What were the important things to Pastor Lee? What were the assumptions Pastor Lee and Mrs. Lee had about their Western colleagues? In what way does Pastor Lee identify his cultural values as biblical values?

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31 Case Study 2

Case Study 2

What is important to Susan? How does she communicate with the team members? Why does she have a problem of not getting any opinions from the Asian and African members?

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32 Differentiating Culture from Biblical Values

Differentiating Culture from Biblical Values

What Scripture is needed in each situation? How might all the people reflect the image of God?

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33 Cultural Bias

Cultural Bias

Each type has a cultural bias, that is, you prefer doing things one way over other ways Or having to do things another way is uncomfortable, upsetting, or makes you angry

November 17, 2015

ARILAC 2009

34 Type A Cultural Bias

Type A Cultural Bias

when people do not challenge the rules of the system (Type B), when people do not make individual decisions or want to follow the traditional hierarchy (Type C), or when people want to share resources equally (Type D).

November 17, 2015

ARILAC 2009

35 Type B Cultural Bias

Type B Cultural Bias

when people challenge or try to get around the rules of the system (Type A), when people use community pressure or follow the hierarchy (Type C), or when people discount the rules of the system and the authority figures that uphold the system (Type D).

November 17, 2015

ARILAC 2009

36 Type C Cultural Bias

Type C Cultural Bias

people try to be creative and innovative (Type A), when people do not use community support (Type B), or when people reject the orderly rules of the system and challenge the authority figures (Type D).

November 17, 2015

ARILAC 2009

37 Type D Cultural Bias

Type D Cultural Bias

people do not take equality in the community into account (Type A), when people insist on following the rules of the system or blindly following authority figures (Type B), or when people support the inequalities of the system (Type C).

November 17, 2015

ARILAC 2009

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