The paper "Intercultural Communication in the Australian Business Environment" is a perfect example of a business case study. Culture and communication form the backbone of any business. In his case communication and culture define the relation of the different individuals within an organization through creating religious, social, ethnic relations. Businesses globally have embraced intercultural communication in order to boost teamwork and work efficiency in their organization. On the other hand through embracing culture the effort to make the world a global village has been achieved. An organization embracing culture and communication in Australia has therefore led to the sharing of ideologies, technologies, and thoughts.
This has boosted the growth of the Australian business sector and the economy at large. This paper, therefore, seeks to highlight the impact of culture and communication in the Australian business sector. The rate at which the world is becoming a global village is increasing day by day. This is attributed to many businesses embracing intercultural communication. Australia as a country has a relative blend of different individuals with a different language, religion, and place of origin. This has led to these organizations and businesses embracing intercultural communication with an effort to foster their operation (Bakacsi 2012).
Intercultural communication has enabled business entities and organizations within Australia to share views, economic and business activities, technologies and social, political innovations, and local and global resources. Due to the current growth and development of national societies and international contacts becoming increasingly common intercultural communication can therefore no longer be ignored in the business domain especially in Australia. Judging by the current business trend one will notice that corporations and governments are increasingly being involved in situations where intercultural communication is embraced (Trompenaars 2014).
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