Develop Cross-Cultural Competence

Bradford, John F.; Bradford, Annette
March 2008
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Mar2008, Vol. 134 Issue 3, p78
Conference Proceeding
The article presents information on the new U.S. maritime strategy of developing cross-cultural relationship, and establishing a broad set of global maritime partners. These partnerships will include other nations' maritime forces, but they will also embrace international organizations, commercial operators, and local mariners. The diversity of partners in their type and focus of work, areas of expertise, and cultural backgrounds will generate unique challenges in building strong relationships.


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