Examining common values of the International Christian Center (IKC) and its employees

Kourosh Gharagozlou

Abstrakt

The purpose of this research is to identify if there is conflict between employees of IKC who come from masculine or feminine cultural backgrounds. In order to response this question, I focused mainly on methodology, and for the analysis of the data it used qualitative analyses. There is a benefit to study for this research paper, as it helps to  communicate better for some people who work with different cultures in a workplace. I am wandering if there is a common value within the group of employees to increase the productivity of IKC. Organizational values overrode cultural background in a religious organization. Hofstede’s ranking of countries, on masculine versus feminine traits, had no effect on the level of conflict.

Słowa kluczowe: Cultural identity, workplace values, religion in the workplace, workplace conflict, masculinity and femininity, gender in the workplace
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