Trompenaars found the North Americans and most north Europeans are almost totally universalist in their approach.
North Americans and most north Europeans emerge as almost totally universalist in their approach to the problem.
It's just one sentence, but it shows how unscrupulously Cs works. The sentence is taken word-for-word from Trompenaars, but has been taken out of context. In this place, Trompenaars is talking about one particular exercise and its results in different countries, not about some general observation. The outcome of the next experiment, which Trompenaars presents in his book, results in quite a different distribution. ((Remark: The page and line numbers given above refer to the first edition of Trompenaars.))
The results concluded that in English-speaking and Scandinavian countries a majority is in favour of getting things done, which shows an achieving culture.
[...] because there are in fact only three societies - America, Canada and Norway - where there is a majority in favour of getting things done [...]
Here she generalizes a statement of Trompenaars which he phrased much more carefully - and where he explicitly warned against a generalization. (Remark: The page and line numbers given above refer to the first edition of Trompenaars.) I would say -- bad paraphrase, but not plagiarism (Hindemith)