1. Great Place to Work Institute named Microsoft as the best globalized company to work for. What characteristics could have qualified the company as a global company? Check all that apply.
A. Microsoft sells its products and services around the world.
B. Microsoft’s supply chains for its products include shipping raw materials, parts, and finished manufactured goods across national borders.
C. Microsoft’s corporate headquarters is in Redmond, Washington, and it employs many people there.
D. Microsoft has employees in many countries.
Carly is applying for a position at a multinational corporation that will require her to work with people in other countries. Fortunately, she has experience doing this. To prepare for her interview, she is reviewing instances when she demonstrated a global mindset during her previous job. She knows that she will show the interviewer she has a global mindset by telling about times she has appreciated and influenced individuals, groups, organizations, and systems with different social, cultural, political, institutional, intellectual, and psychological characteristics.
2. If Carly shows the interviewer that she is familiar with European Union regulations and knowledgeable about how people in Germany prefer to do business, which dimension of her global mindset is she demonstrating?
A. Social dimension
B. Psychological dimension
C. Cognitive dimension
3. Carly’s friend Brian says that he admires her ability to interact confidently with people in other countries, and he asks for her advice. How could Brian improve his global mindset? Check all that apply.
A. Learning another language and practicing it regularly with native speakers
B. Interacting on social media with people he can share easily with because they share a common background and language
C.Studying how the most successful U.S. companies became that way
D. Attending cultural events, such as with musical groups and guest speakers from other countries, that a