International Teams, Ignore Culture at your Peril

Published on 2016-03-02

WORKING IN INTERNATIONAL TEAMS requires an understanding of culture, not only individual idiosyncrasies.  This is because culture and business overlap, and are not independent of one another. One such example is shared with Ping Zhou in this ClarkMorgan Insight video.
Ping graduated from Fudan University, and then started her career as an auditor in KPMG, before focusing on corporate consulting and project management. In 2001, she pursued her MBA degree in l’Ecole de Commerce de Grenoble, France.