A Global Perspective
One reaches a point in life, and possibly as the result of recent personal events that causes reflection and re-calibration of one’s perspective. While we all know what we have done in our life, sometimes a new look is enlightening. So it is about my engagement with those in the global community.
I am told that within six months of my birth I was on a ship from New York City, through the Panama Canal and across the Pacific to Japan. I did not know then the central role Asia would play in my career and life. As a university student I spent three summers in Germany. Later, the fact that I had lived in Europe qualified me for a sales position with all of Asia as my territory.
I mention this as a prelude to our Cross Cultural Practice review herein. By default, all business is global today. Moreover, diversity and organizational cultural differences among economic and social ecosystems makes every interaction cross cultural.
As a result of global business and travel as well as extensive merger and acquisition experiences, including organizational reorganizations and restructuring, RRI has developed an extensive Cross Culture Practice.
Finally, RRI Principals have led multi-national organizations composed of very diverse work forces. A brief overview follows.
— RRI Managing Director
Our Cross Culture Practice is broad and In-depth–the result of decades of work in this space.