Int'l Business Environment
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GBUS, IBUS, MGMT
Goals: To provide an overview of the international business environment including key international institutions. In this course, students will explore the meaning and nature of culture as well as its influence on management functions and international business throughout the world. The course will examine dominant cultural norms in key world regions and effective cross-cultural communication and management methodologies designed to enhance international business success. Content: The nature and role of culture in international business and management, regional cultural norms throughout the world, international negotiating and resolution styles, cross-cultural synergy, international business ethics, international H.R. management issues, and international organizations that influence business. Prerequisites: ECON 1310, ECON 1320, QMBE 1320, MGMT 3100 (grade of C- or better for said courses). Junior or senior standing, or consent of instructor. Credits: 4 credits
Schirg, Ralf, "MGMT3720-01.InternationalBusinessEnvironment.SP15.Schirg,Ralf" (2015). Syllabi. 821.