Sonja Treven

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Actions and processes leading into, or out of, crises depend on humans’ decisions, including the ones taken in the name of organizations. Prerequisites for prevention of repetition of crises, as well as for their abolition, include requisitely holistic individuals. Hence the humans/organizations should look at humans as multilayered entities. In synergy,(More)
In the paper, the authors first present two approaches to the scrutiny of the culture Hofstede's dimensions of cultural values and Hall's approach to highand lowcontext cultures. In the second part, they devote their attention to the interaction of culture and organizational behaviour. They also describe how culture affects the ethics and motivation of(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present the problem of employee diversity management (EDM) as a complex problem; the dialectical system’s approach to EDM; the impact of EDM on competitive advantage; the innovativeness of employees as an outcome of EDM; and authors support to EDM by combining dialectical system’s approach with de Bono’s six(More)
Organizations should look at humans as multilayered, not only as professional entities. In synergy, not only individually, we define humans as: (1) physical, (2) mental, (3) social, (4) spiritual, and (5) economic entities, marked by requisitely holistic patterns of relatively permanent characteristics, due to which individuals differ from each other; they(More)
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