The executives of GDD are meeting to consider three finalists for a new position: Division Head of the Middle East. ÿThe winning candidate will be in a high- profile job. ÿ Although GDD usually lets Division Heads choose their management staff, a unique opportunity allowed GDD to acquire a small local company with training in the delivery field. ÿThe average age of the all-male group is 39. ÿThe effectiveness of the person in this new lead position is of utmost importance for GDD?s future. ÿ GDD is also aware that certain cultural differences will make developing the division harder than usual. ÿ GDD needs a candidate who will know how to work with the Yemen employees and at the same time has some knowledge of the customs and language of the country. ÿAfter carefully reviewing r‚sum‚s, the board selected six candidates for the first round of interviews, after which the list of finalists was narrowed to two. ÿBoth candidates seem to have the intellect and experience to handle the job. ÿ One candidate is female and the other male. The male candidate is 34 while the female is 36. Both candidates are attractive and single.Before the second-round interview, Rockfish has decided to ask you to devise a set of questions that will help elicit information as to how familiar the candidates are with handling the cultural diversity issues the job will present.ÿ ÿIn addition to using the course reading for the week you may want to research some of the cultural bias issues unique to the Yemen culture (Hint: ÿconsider women in the Arab workplace).

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