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You are in a meeting with an international executive at his office. A colleague comes in to talk to him during your appointment and he accepts two phone calls. This probably means that: a.)he thinks you are less important than the other callers. b.)he is disorganized. c.)his culture is monochronic. d.)his culture is polychronic.

Please let us know what YOU THINK -- then someone here will be able to comment on your conclusion.

There's no way we can tell what he "probably" thinks. The meeting could be about tomorrow's golf game. You may not be important. He may be disorganized.

This is probably the answer that's required:

http://hackvan.com/etext/monochronic-vs-polychronic-time.html

i think it's d polychronic.

D is probably the required answer.

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