Sunday, 26 April 2015

Exercise #5

Cultural Dimension
Todd, Puro, Aisha or other
Outsourced Scene
or Circumstance
Communication- direct/indirect
Todd and his manager
Direct communication ( when the manager was talking with Todd to convince him to go to India)
Planning – People / time
Todd and his manager

Time( The manager gives Todd specific time to finish his work)
Decision-making: rules / relations
Todd and Puro
Rules, He told him to let the worker get faster with the calls so they get the number below 6.
Context – Informal / formal
Todd and his manager
Informal, he was adressing his boss by his first name and their talk was like a buddy to his buddy conversation.

3. When he gets on the train, he cannot find an empty seat. How is this problem
solved for him? How might this be a cultural solution?
A boy stood up to let Todd sit in the chair since he is older than him, but then the boy sat on Mr.Todd lap, this was the boy's perspective of a solution where many people can rest on a seat even with the crowded train.
4. As any exchange student, he has a lot of experiences trying new food. His first
encounter is with an iced drink. What happens?
After trying the iced drink he started to fell sick.

7. Todd wants to check in to a hotel. But Puro insists he comes to a boarding house.
What is the reason he gives Todd?
 The reason Puro told Todd is that if he stayed in the hotel he will feel lonely.
8. As soon as they meet, Aunti Ji starts asking very intimate questions that
Americans who have just met would never ask. What kind of things does she ask?
 She asked him many personal questions, like one of the questions was "What is your salary?".

1 comment:

  1. Check Planning and Decision making again!! Doesn't fit here..! Not based on rules or time??!