A study of the challenges that confront managers of organizations and individuals in global settings. Special focus is placed on benefits of diversity derived from interactions between different cultures. The course also covers an overview of markets, governments, and organizations as well as a general overview of the concepts of internationalization in contemporary business.
- Categorize consequences of globalization on countries around the world.
- Compare and contrast the impact of different political, legal, and economic systems on international management.
- Defend ethics and social responsibility in international management.
- Evaluate the cultural challenges of managing an international business.
- Analyze important elements of effective cross-cultural negotiation and communication.
- Examine international management strategies that emphasize global integration versus local adaptation.
- Compare and contrast the entry methods and approaches tailored to international business organizations.
- Assess political risks of international organizations managing their relationships with national governments.
International management: Culture, strategy, and behavior (Rev: 9th ed.)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (2015)
Author: Luthans, F., & Doh, J. P.
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