Wolfgang Keller Harvard Business School Case
This paper discusses the need for cross-cultural understanding by listing the problems exhibited in the case of Wolfgang Keller which had negative effects upon Koningsbrau-Hellas as a whole.
# 23729 | 1,280 words | 0 sources | 2002 |
Published on Apr 16, 2003 in Business (International) , Communication (Interpersonal) , International Relations (General)
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This work deals with the case of Wolfgang Keller and describes numerous people from different backgrounds (ethnic, educational, etc.) and the confusion that was caused as a result of those differences. All of these difficulties in communication are elaborated upon and this essay describes the means by which all parties can benefit as well as keep from making the same mistakes in the future.
From the Paper:"The Wolfgang Keller at Konigbrau-Hellas A.E. Harvard Business School case illuminates upon several cross-cultural communications circumstances, confusions, and problems. The case is described mainly from the point of view of Wolfgang Keller with supporting documentation of performance evaluations, memos, and other documents. These papers supplement the storyline and add valuable resources for the reader to more closely analyze the situation."
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