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This research on time management within the project 'Management in Entrepreneurship' is based both on cognitive linguistics and the cultural dimension of time in international business. In accordance with our conceptualization and relationship to time, culture can be divided into monochronic time (M-time) and polychronic time (P-time) cultures. While M-time culture, which is best represented by the United States, emphasizes schedules, a precise reckoning of time, and promptness, P-time culture,doaj:781ae1009ee64d4cb438bcd4572278df fatcat:ogzjtfz46nh3perrzdkicdv3qy