ANN ARBOR, MI, July 07, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Today the executives of Michigan-based PryMarke, LLC announced its Chairman has developed a theoretical framework for the new area of cultural indoctrination (CI) which could eventually make vast changes in business management and operations worldwide.
"Cultural indoctrination has a huge potential influence on organizations today in an era of global hypercompetition", said Bryan Christiansen, PryMarke's Chairman since 2012. "It is axiomatic that one of the fundamental realities of contemporary globalism is most organizations today must be able to function successfully across cultural (and national) boundaries to sustain a competitive advantage and remain profitable over time. Achieving this goal requires management to appreciate and understand the key factors affecting global business today which include a number of factors such as The Great Rebalancing, The Market State, Accelerating Globalization, Expanding Impact of Technology, and Changing Global Demographics", continued Christiansen who is a former business professor at universities in Turkey and the USA.
Christiansen's theoretical framework includes Child Development, Cultural Intelligence, Education, Institutionalization, Nationalism and Patriotism, Religion, Self-Efficacy, Social Capital, and Values Orientation Theory (VOT). It is from these factors that he developed a conceptual for potential future application in management theory and practice.
Suggested future research directions on the proposed CI framework include the development of an algorithm to explain mathematically how the model can work in practice or in academia, additional research into motivational CQ because this aspect of CQ appears to be the most promising to improve and sustain the corporate "financial bottom line", an updated empirical study of Third Culture Individuals (TCIs), and studying contemporary decision-making within the context of the framework because decision-making highly influences long-term business and corporate fortunes.
For further information on the CI theoretical framework or PryMarke, LLC, please contact Bryan Christiansen in Turkey on +90-534-361-5192 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PryMarke, LLC is a global business development consultancy with offices in Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the USA.
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