Engaging with India How to Manage the Softer Aspects of a Global Collaboration
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If you are like many professionals I meet, you probably think of engaging with
your colleagues in India as an 'unpleasant necessity.' Something you have to do to stay
in business in today's world marked by globalization and cost-cutting. But just
thinking about 'picking up the telephone' or opening another of these 'weird'
emails from India brings you out in a cold sweat.
I know because many of my colleagues and clients I have worked with in more than
18 years have told me that is exactly how they once felt about engaging with
India. I used to be the same. That is, until I discovered what I am about to
share with you: that people in different cultures have different preferences
that impact their abilities to be successful.
In my book, I will show you why culture matters to you and how to overcome
cultural differences. I will also reveal where the differences in business and
social culture are. I will uncover the dynamics of the industry on the
subcontinent. And I will tell you how to successfully engage with India.
These practical techniques will help you become more successful in your project
or in your cooperation with your business partners or colleagues in India. They
can be used instantly, but I don't recommend you to implement them all at once –
just choose two or three that strike you the most, adapt them to your
organization, to the way you and your colleagues in India work, understand their
leverage, and then introduce a few more.
Start using the information today and reap the benefits of diversity for you and
your organization. Last but not least, start enjoying the fun element in
Fill in the form on the right to claim your free ebook and I look forward to
sharing my experience with you.
I wish you an incredibly successful engagement with India!
Greetings from Mysore/India,
Dr. Wolfgang Messner
Associate Professor of International Management, MYRA School of Business
& Director, GloBus Research
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"I highly recommend that everyone should read
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Ema Trinidad, Owner, Magic Touch India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore (India)
"I thank Wolfgang Messner for his effort in supporting
our Indian projects. As a trainer and coach he manages to convey images in his
workshops that adequately reflect the reality and thereby help our employees to
safely, respectfully and thus successfully collaborate with their Indian
Ignaz Vinzens, Director, IGS GmbH, St. Gallen (Switzerland)
"The intercultural workshop helped bridge the cultural gap by creating more
awareness of the differences in cultural values. It added the essence of the
'people factor' to the project which makes distributed delivery very lively and
more collaborative. This workshop should be conducted with every client who runs
an offshore delivery component."