Cultural management varies depending on the underplayed principles. Many traditions practiced in the Middle East usually do not give equivalent opportunities for both males and females. Females do not have a voice in society, and men prevail over them. This management system does not give women a chance to express their opinions. Hence, they are unable to exploit their potentials.
Women in such countries cannot take up leadership roles because their decisions are not considered valid or valuable. They can, therefore, only involve themselves in large businesses but resort to small-scale businesses. Women in some cultures, in Sub-Saharan Africa countries, are not entitled to any community or family property. This management style cripples them to venture into business because they lack ideas and capital.
The gender roles in some cultures, especially in Asia and Africa, deprive some segment of the society of their rights. Females are confined within the ambiance of the house and kitchen. They lack exposure and are not allowed to attend community or state meetings for decision-making. They lack business ideas and, therefore, are unable to venture into a progressive business. Western culture, especially the United States, is liberal, and all people have equal opportunities to exploit their potentials. Both sexes take up the same responsibilities as per management and leadership is concerned. Anybody is capable of venturing into any business because all people are equal.
Some countries are particularly strict and do not give non-nationalists to take part in state management and leadership. The immigrants usually feel marginalized and are, therefore, unable to invest in such countries. Liberal states like the US allow its immigrants to take up leadership roles; hence they feel accepted in the society. Businesspersons are willing to invest in such countries because they feel part of that society. Cultures, which embrace war and terrorism like Iraq and other middle countries, are not suitable avenues for investors because of fears of attacks.