The proposed unit consists of two building blocks. Is a multi-level approach, viewing culture being a multi-level construct that consists of various levels nested inside each other from your most macro-level of a global culture, through national ethnicities, organizational civilizations, group civilizations, and ethnic values which can be represented in the self in the individual level, as pictured. The second is depending on Schein's (1992) model looking at culture as being a multi-layer construct consisting of the most external layer of discovered artifacts and behaviors, the deeper amount of values, which is testable simply by social opinion, and the deepest level of fundamental assumption, which can be invisible and taken for granted. The present model offers that traditions as a multi-layer construct is out there at all amounts – from your global for the individual – and that each and every level transform first occurs at the most external layer of behavior, and then, when shared by those who belong to a similar cultural context, it becomes a shared benefit that brands the aggregated unit (group, organizations, or nations). Inside the model, the most macro-level is a global traditions being produced by global networks and global corporations that mix national and cultural boundaries. As exemplified by the effort of the Davos group mentioned earlier, global organizational buildings need to adopt common guidelines and procedures in order to have a common ‘language' intended for communicating across cultural boundaries (Kostova, 1999; Kostova and Roth, 2003; Gupta and Govindarajan, 2000). Given the dominance of Western MNCs, the ideals that dominate the global context are often depending on a free marketplace economy, democracy, acceptance and tolerance of diversity, value of flexibility of choice, specific rights, and openness to change (Gupta and Govindarajan, 2000). Below the global level will be nested agencies and sites at the national level with the local civilizations varying in one nation, or perhaps network to a different. Further down...