Cross border projects are usually remotely managed, involve less developed organizations and diverse cultures. These factors add complexity and are more challenging to business professionals than purely domestic projects.
Many individuals and organizations overlook these characteristics and miss an avenue to enhanced performance. This paper will provide the participants with a basic understanding of some world cultures along with proven ways to apply practical methods in their professional interchanges. It is based upon the presenters experience working various projects in locations such as China, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, The Philippines, Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil and The Dominican Republic.