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In countries, such as Mexico, where ________ is high, self-managed teams are not usually productive or successful.
A) individualism
B) diversity
C) power distance
D) population
E) collectivism
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Explanation:  A) In countries relatively high in power distance, where roles of leaders and followers are clearly delineated, a team may need to be structured so leadership roles are spelled out and power relationships identified. Evidence suggests self-managed teams have not fared well in Mexico, due to that culture's strong respect for hierarchical authority.
B) In countries relatively high in power distance, where roles of leaders and followers are clearly delineated, a team may need to be structured so leadership roles are spelled out and power relationships identified. Evidence suggests self-managed teams have not fared well in Mexico, due to that culture's strong respect for hierarchical authority.
C) In countries relatively high in power distance, where roles of leaders and followers are clearly delineated, a team may need to be structured so leadership roles are spelled out and power relationships identified. Evidence suggests self-managed teams have not fared well in Mexico, due to that culture's strong respect for hierarchical authority.
D) In countries relatively high in power distance, where roles of leaders and followers are clearly delineated, a team may need to be structured so leadership roles are spelled out and power relationships identified. Evidence suggests self-managed teams have not fared well in Mexico, due to that culture's strong respect for hierarchical authority.
E) In countries relatively high in power distance, where roles of leaders and followers are clearly delineated, a team may need to be structured so leadership roles are spelled out and power relationships identified. Evidence suggests self-managed teams have not fared well in Mexico, due to that culture's strong respect for hierarchical authority.
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