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March 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in advanced art, art

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Customs and traditions are the things that make each person , family town or country different from one another . They can be the everyday unnoticeable kind , or they can be the extravagant ones that happen on special occasions . This section is about the cultures of Italy and Germany

Italy , like all countries , has its good and bad . Italy is a grand and larger-than-life society whose citizens love pageantry and spectacle emphasize a range of voices in everyday life , externalize emotions and feels and feel a commitment to the town and [banner_entry_middle]

region of the country in which they were born . To the Italians , family and friendship are of prime importance . They try to avoid risk and uncertainty in everyday life , preserving friends over strangers and familiar over new or strange situations as their behavior in the piazza and externalization would confirm . Italians tend to be more polychromic than monochromic performing many activities simultaneously

In the Italian community , the influence of the group is felt in the business environment . During business meetings , people will externalize their feelings and opinions about a subject . They will listen to everyone ‘s ideas and freely give their own opinions . In this way , their business meetings tend to be productive due to the openness displayed by everyone . However , the decisions coming out of a meeting are frequently made by one or two dominant or domineering people . The Italians tend to be aggressive and materialistic individuals due to their bias towards spectacle and externalization . They tend to cluster within those countries that are more accepting of individualism and aggressive materialistic behavior , all of which reflect their externalized bias On the other hand , Germans do not have a very strong concept of management as the Americans do . In Germany , it is not the manager who is the cultural hero but rather the engineer . The concept of heterogeneity never existed here . At the present , elements of the medieval guild system have survived and are still evident . For example , a very effective apprenticeship system exists both on the shop floor and in the office , which alternates practical work and the classroom courses . The worker receives a certificate at the end of the apprenticeship which is then recognized throughout the country . There are about two-thirds of the German worker population holds such a certificate and a corresponding occupational pride . And surprisingly , quite a few German company presidents have worked their way up from the ranks through an apprenticeship . The highly-skilled and responsible German workers do not necessarily need a manager to motivate them . They expect their boss to assign their tasks and to be expert in resolving technical problems Germans have the highest rate of personnel in productive roles and the lowest both in leadership and staff roles

Section 2

In the Italian economy , there is an inherent inequity in the amount of power . When this is happening in a particular society , obviously there is inequitable distribution of wealth , jobs and opportunities . In fact poverty is still evident in some areas… [banner_entry_footer]


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