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Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences

A Comparison of Native Culture, Non-Native Culture and New Management Ideology [Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences]

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Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences
Year of publication: 
2009

"Based on a case study of a Native-operated criminal justice organization, this article uses Hofstede'sfive dimensions of national cultural differences to examine the connections between cultural values and management practices. It concludes that Hofstede's dimensions can provide insights into the differences between Native and non-Native cultures and how Native organizations may draw on traditional cultural values to improve organizational effectiveness. In general, Native cultures are described as collectivist, egalitarian, adaptive, and tolerant.

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by Dr. Radut