Decision Making for Leading Multi-Cultural Groups/Teams
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Decision Making for Leading Multi-Cultural Groups/Teams


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As the workplace has become highly culturally diversified, managing multi-cultural groups/teams is no longer uncommon, that experts have continuously searched for various ways by which to effectively lead multi-cultural groups/teams. Culture is дЫПa socially constructed idea,дЫќ Sinclair and Robertson-Smith (2008, p. 12) say, distinguishing a particular human group from another (Hofstede, 2007, p. 413). Thus culture spells out differences rather than commonalities, making the cultural frame of reference in decision-making for managers of multi-cultural teams very important, because culture influences peopleдЫЄs way of thinking and behaving (DiStefano & Maznevski, 2000, p. 46). As various researches (Sparrow et al, 1994; DiStefano et al, 2003; Smith et al, 2006; McKenna, 1998; Reber et

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