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  • Aws Sabah Gheni Al-Adhami Contributor Articles from this author Aws Sabah Gheni Al-Adhami Coming soon

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  • The task of addressing cultural differences and clashes might be simple, but it is not easy. Therefore, I will try to utilize tools of innovation in the intercultural context in an attempt to find innovative ways to address these common issues. Can you drop an egg from a tall building on solid ground without breaking it? A usual experiment in…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? Being a gamer myself, I see the correlation between my gaming experiences and my intercultural experiences, and how the below-mentioned principles actually apply to both. I have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles in my life by applying these principles and I hope they can help you as well regardless of whether or not you are…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? I’m currently doing a master on Innovation in European Business, and since change is essential for innovation of any kind, the topic of change and the different stages of change has been addressed in detail. It’s a major issue that organizations spend a large amount of energy and funds into because it determines whether…

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  • The iPhone culture

    Why did I choose this tool? I have seen firsthand the clashes and intensity that can ensue between people who embrace different “cultures” (iPhone vs. android, pc gamers vs. console gamers, Pepsi drinkers vs. cola drinkers, etc.) Based on this I have made the connection between these kinds of clashes and the clash of different and seemingly opposing cultures on…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? I have seen and experienced that when the concept of human rights is imposed from the outside it is much less effective than when it is encouraged as a self-driven practice. Another issue is that when human rights are only going to be upheld when there is an external authority to enforce them, they…

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  • Equality or Equity?

    Why did I choose this tool? The difference between equality and equity has been a source of frustration and wonderment for me. On the surface, I am a highly educated person that should have multiple opportunities to choose from. But the reality is quite different than that, because of my nationality and the country in which I received my education.…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? When I started traveling, I became part of the culture of “those who travel” from my country, and they had their own terminology, references, jokes, etc. When I started gaming it was similar, a whole new world of interests, terms and friends. This process repeated itself every time I entered into a new “sphere”,…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? I’ve always been interested in body language, even before I started to travel the world and came in contact with so many different cultures. When I started traveling, however, I realized that in spite of the knowledge I already had, the body language cues that I was encountering meant something quite different than I…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? I chose this tool based on experiences that I have personally gone through or I have seen others go through. It gives a clear picture of what happens to a participant when the trainer, perhaps knowingly or even unknowingly, shoots down the contribution of a participant. This can cause negative feelings in the participants…

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