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On cultural aspects of management

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Culture and human resources management are interconnected and cannot exist without each other. The cultural differences stand for an important factor in shaping relations between organizations and building interpersonal ties. The managers must learn how to value and respect the culturally determined patterns of behavior and to link the management of cultural differences to the organizational needs.
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  • Department of Enterprise Management, Faculty of Management Economy and Tourism in Jelenia Góra, Wrocław University of Economics, 3 Nowowiejska Str., 58-500 Jelenia Góra, Poland
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