Management Culture in Denmark
Danish workplaces are less hierarchical than workplaces in many other countries, and the possibilities for being given responsibilities and influence are many
Danish workplaces are characterised by an absence of the highly hierarchical structure found in many other countries. The line of command between the boss and the employees is short, and in principle everyone – regardless of education, position or social status – is regarded as equal.
The boss listens to his staff and is willing to take advice because he sees them as specialists in their own fields. It is common to find the boss taking his lunch with the staff and standing in the same queue in the canteen.…