Cultural curiosity

When working on international assignments, experienced project managers understand the intangible professional and personal value generated from learning and respecting the protocols native to a stakeholder's culture. This article--written by a project manager experienced in managing international project teams comprised of individuals from around the world--discusses a more personable process for breaking down cultural barriers, one that uses curiosity to find commonality and build relationships. It identifies five ways that project managers can engage stakeholders from other cultures; it recommends using this information to enhance and broaden one's personal experience.
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