BUS 692: Strategies in Human Resource Management
Dr. Lori Wieters
The current culture at KIA Motors Manufacturing Georgia is one that involves a very complex and extraordinary group of different individuals. Of all me experience in the workforce I have never been exposed to people from so many diverse backgrounds. If I had to estimate, I would say there are at least 10 different cultures that are being exposed on a given day of production. With this comes the challenge of developing working and personal relationships with co-workers and superiors. On top of this challenging task comes the idea of working for and with Koreans. Koreans believe in harmony personally and professionally so they have little tolerance or understanding for conflict in the workplace. Looking at the daily activities involved, it is a delicate balancing act that many of us leaders and superiors have to maintain focus on. The standard workplace and structure of a Korean organization has 3 basic areas that are very evident in daily production.
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- Submitted On 23 Sep, 2015 04:25:09