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DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Create and Sustain Highly Engaged Teams—Implications for Asia

The Conference Board, Inc., May 10, 2019
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How do organizations with operations in Asia overcome cultural challenges to engage teams?

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In Asia, companies face two unique cultural barriers that make it difficult for team members to report issues, raise concerns, or flag problems up the line: hierarchy or deference to authority is prevalent in almost all aspects of life, and appreciation for harmony is another cultural nuance that holds people back from expressing their ideas when potential conflict may arise. These cultural norms can hinder the development of agile teams. Learn how GE worked to overcome these issues to create “mission-based” teams.

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