Please respond to the statement below in the POV of a Indonesian Manager -----------------------

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Please respond to the statement below in the POV of a Indonesian Manager ---------------------------------------------------------------- As an Indonesian Government Official I would first like to recognize the enormous business opportunities that exist for not only Indonesia, but for Australia and New Zealand as well. Equipped with a vast amount of data and knowledge, it is clear the most important factor in building and maintaining business relationships is a mutual understanding of cultural styles, and particularly, cultural differences. I will be the first to admit that Indonesian business culture differs from that of Australia and New Zealand, but I won’t say whether our way is “right” or “wrong”, because that makes no difference. We must adapt collectively, and not completely alter our individual business styles, but must do so at the very least, moderately. Indonesia business executives must respect others with high regard for timeliness. I am aware that our lack of pu

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ResponseName:Course:Submission date:The business set up in Australia is libertarian and to ensure culturally diverseadministration it is vital to treat each and every person with respect. Cross culturalcommunication is most efficient as managers esteem the specific information that employees atall levels bring (Pillai, 2013).Workers hope to be consulted on choices that influence them and more prominent benefitof the association. The leaders core mandate is to unite the group and lead them towards acommon goal. Intercultural management will ensure inclusivity and representation of everyindividual in the decision making (Thomas, 1972). Australia's intercultural capability and statusfor change is high. The hidden outlook is that change brings development hence a bettertomorrow.Australia is a controlled-time society, and adherence to calendars is critical andanticipated. In Australia missing a due date is an indication of poor administration andwastefulness, and will shake individuals' certainty. Since Australians regard calendars and duedates, it is not irregular for directors to anticipate that individuals will work late and evensurrender weekends to meet targe

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