The paper 'Cultural Diversity in Australia" is a good example of a management case study. This report was written to provide an insightful understanding of the cultural diversity in Australia. There have been cultural clashes in the Australian community and this led to this report to find out more about the cultural diversity in Australia. The information was gathered from different sources such as books. The positive impacts of cultural diversity include better results by organizations and also promote appreciation of other people’ s cultures. The negative impacts include difficulty in managing a diversified team and difficult in motivating a diversified team.
In order to fully understand the cultural impacts, more research should be done to determine the concepts of cultural diversity. 1.0 Introduction Cultural diversity is an aspect in which there are many cultures in one place. It is a multi-cultural practice as opposed to monoculture. It includes different societal values and different religious beliefs (Asimeng & Klien 2004. Globalization has led to increased cultural diversity because people have migrated from their cultural backgrounds and have settled in the land of Australia. As they migrate, they come with their cultural beliefs.
This has led to cultural diversity in Australia as shown in appendix 1 below. There are many reports which have tried to address the cultural issues in Australia (Asimeng & Klien 2004). This report will use a qualitative method to gather and analyze the data collected. The objectives of this report are to find out the factors which have led to cultural diversity in Australia, the importance of cultural diversity and to find out the challenges of diversity in Australia.
This report on cultural diversity will be based on Australian territory. This report will discuss both impacts and provide recommendations about cultural diversity in Australia. 2.0 Factors promoting diversity in Australia 2.1 Globalization To start with, the first factor is globalization. These are the factors which have enabled people to transact trade globally. People move from one place to another to conduct businesses and in the process, they interact with other traders from other cultures and learn to appreciate the cultures of other people (Adu-Febiri 2006).
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