Dealing with the Dutch
The cultural context of business and work in the Netherlands
More than 70,000 sold copies
Revised nineteenth edition of the succesful business book on how te deal with the Dutch.
The subject of this book is the everyday working culture of the Dutch. It is intended for people from other countries who have contacts with the Netherlands through work or business: incoming expatriates, business people coming here for shorter periods, and those who work with the Dutch on a regular basis, either in Holland or abroad.
This book tries to be a light-hearted description and an explanation of everyday Dutch behaviour as it is observed by foreigners encountering the locals in work-related environments, whether just for a few months or for a number of years.
Author Jacob Vossestein is a human geographer and social anthropologist who has visited more than 60 countries. Since 1984 he has been a cross-cultural trainer, mainly at the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam.
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