Collateral and collectivism, Management Theories

Cold Call

This refers to selling techniques in which a salesperson approaches clients with little or no caution.

Collateral

An asset recognized as forfeitable to protect a loan.

Collectivism

Collectivism is the degree to which a national ethnicity or, in more recent tradition, an individual believes that society should be based on a tight social framework in which people are dependable to and for other public for care and support. A person with a huge obligation to collectivism believes groups are the natural way that people work and live and that group wants have priority over individual desires-that group comes first.

 

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