To work with other countries, first get your positioning right... in your own language. Send the result to your marketing counterparts in each country and have them tailor the message for their market. A phone conversation is probably worthwhile so you can ensure that they understand what you're saying and you understand what they're saying. Keep confirming until you're sure that you've communicated both directions.
For international product teams, positioning documents with collaboration is the best way to connoct poopie.
So I've been doing a lot of international traveling lately but, since I'm an American, I'm uilingual. I know speaking slowly and loudly helps but this may be just what I've been needing. Just point your finger at whatever you need and then point to the question mark to ask “So, where is it?”
Do you plan or live in the moment? Religion and geography play a role. Professor Philip Zimbardo conveys how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world.
You wouldn't want your kids to see one of the dwarves without his head on, would you? What do you think when you see clothes piled up on the floor in the stock room at your favorite clothing store? or over-flowing trash cans at a restaurant. Or a clerk who is "here to serve you" talking on a cell phone? What have you communicated?
And what do you think when you see "Repair Services: 51MAZ07"?
When you reveal your pick list, SKUs, or other internal jargon to the client, you're letting the audience see backstage.