Living on the intersection of India and The Netherlands – learning from Erin Meyer’s “The Culture Map”

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aaeaaqaaaaaaaarjaaaajdczmzi5mzmzlty4mwqtngfiyy1iyzy3ltgyzgq4yju4odg1oaThis is a post about an article written by Apoorva Mathur that throws light on work place cultural nuances along with disparity between the Dutch and Indians.

I enjoyed the manner in which he places emotions alongside tasks and relationships, without dealing with them as the “other” or the “elephant in the room” or something that is irrelevant, inconsequential, and trivial even.

As an aside: I wholeheartedly accept the blame for “flowery” language use. Mea Culpa!

IMAGE: Sunrise as seen from outside Amstel Park. Picture: Apoorva Mathur

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