The Influence of Culture This chapter outlines the cultures of Germany and Saudi Arabia regarding their influence on business practices, the cost of doing business, and the likely future economic development.
Moreover, elaborating further, ethics address the manner in which morality is observed by a group or an individual thus despite the grounded theory of morals the right and wrong standing true the manner in which it is observed changes with ethics There is a sensitivity level that must be exhibited by psychology professionals that practice traditional psychology in order to make clients feel comfortable and secure in the treatment setting.
For instance, The World Bank ranks Germany th for the ease of starting a business due to regulatory processes required. Business ethics brings a moral code into the workplace. Compare the cultures of those countries, and then indicate how cultural differences influence a the costs of doing business in each country, b the likely future economic development of that country, and c business practices.
For instance, two countries with the same religion might have different attitudes towards business due to other influences such as culture.
Moving on from the first part, Islamic values and traditions play a major role in the Saudi Arabian culture.
This knowledge forms values, creates attitudes, and influences behaviour. Byhowever, the Islamic population will be approximately equivalent to the number of Christians.
Companies can expect a decrease in productivity and contractual agreements during the holy month Ramadan. Ethical systems are often based on religion and religion expresses ethical principles Mead and Andrews, Values are assumptions regarding what is good, right, or important.
Business meetings take place around the five daily prayers for which space needs to be provided. Lastly, standardisation of procedures and workflows reduces uncertainty Schroll-Machl,