Revision with unchanged content. The globalization phenomenon is responsible in bringing to the organizational environment an even greater exposure to diversified national cultures. Despite the tendence in homogenizing cultures, each of them is unique and sometimes not fully understood by others due to different perceptions and interpretations about the world facts. Not rare, this process leads to misunderstanding and stereotyping among team members. Companies worldwide are even more looking for collaborators with the right set of skills to deal with multicultural aspects. The Brazilian author Rachel Chang presents an overview about national and organizational cultural concerns by using examples from different cultures and mindsets. Moreover, she discusses about her survey conducted at a transactional company located in Munich, Germany, which resulted in a job-profile model for cross-cultural teamwork. This book is mainly recommended for readers interested in multiculturally and international management themes, as collaborators of transactional companies, professors and students.