It is often the case that SAP projects are implemented simultaneously in several corporate branches located in different countries. Even if a rollout takes place in only one country, a common language has to be worked out by representatives of at least two countries: the local branch and the head office.
The same applies to SAP projects implemented with the involvement of specialists from Poland. For a number of years now, employees of the Polish subsidiaries of multinational corporations and Polish SAP consultants have taken part in SAP rollouts.
Recently, the opposite situation has arisen more and more often. The Polish branches of multinational corporations gain importance, and Polish businesses courageously expand into foreign markets. In both cases, individual staff members or even whole teams end up working on SAP projects abroad.
This means that the number of SAP projects carried out in the international environment is growing. As a result, the ability to operate in a multicultural environment has become crucial from the point of view of effective communication.
Working with geographically dispersed teams presents a number of new challenges: the language barrier, social, economic, political and religious differences, and also other ...