capgm591 | Graduate
Cases In Cross-border Management
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Organizational Challenges I
- Recognize the appropriate entry mode for business market entry.
- Analyze methods for managing integration, responsiveness, and flexibility.
- Describe the ongoing development of transnational organizations.
Organizational Challenges II
- Identify effective responses to transnational challenges.
- Determine the organizational capabilities needed in a multidimensional and competitive environment.
Managerial Implications I
- Compare the various approaches to global organizational management.
- Identify effective collaboration skills for communicating in a global environment.
- Create performance criteria for a global organization.
Managerial Implications II
- Identify the complexities of managing across individual and corporate boundaries.
- Construct an effective global organizational strategy.
Strategic Imperatives I
- Recognize the context of global strategic opportunities.
- Describe diverse methods and capabilities for responding to different organizational environments.
Strategic Imperatives II
- Incorporate and enhance transnational strategies.
- Consider viable options for future transnational organizations.
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