April 25th 2018
Re-imaging our Culture
Are you working for a cross-cultural organisation and looking to implement a culture change programme? Download this case study focusing on Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group's (MUFG) journey an learn about:
- characteristics of cultures - both visible and invisible
- differences in default cultural business mindset between the West and Japan
- the reasons behind MUFG's culture change programme
- initiatives undertaken by MUFG, as well as challenges faced along the way.
This case study will be particularly helpful for those HR professionals working for a culturally diverse organisation.
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