gmgt530 | Graduate

Internal Environment Of Global Business

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This course examines issues and functions that global business faces within control of the organization. Topics include organizational forms of entry and exit, legal issues, marketing, finance, human resources, and risk management.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Cross-Cultural Human Resources Management Policies and Practices

    • Describe cross-cultural approaches to worker participation practices.
    • Identify human resources skills required in a cross-cultural environment.
    • Analyze human resources best practices in a cross-cultural environment
    • Identify cross-cultural human resources management policies and practices.
    • Compare and contrast human resources management practices in cross-cultural environments.

    Cross-Cultural Strategic Alliance

    • Identify cross-cultural alliances.
    • Analyze cross-cultural stakeholder relationships.
    • Assess the impact of culture on forming strategic alliances.
    • Assess the challenges in creating cooperation among organizational stakeholders in various cultures.

    Business Negotiations in the Cross-Cultural Environment

    • Analyze the role of culture in business negotiation practices.
    • Select best practices of cross-cultural business negotiations.
    • Evaluate inter-organization negotiation strategies in global business.

    Managing Change in the Cross-Cultural Environment

    • Analyze the drivers of organizational change.
    • Analyze the impact of resistance to change on the organization.
    • Identify cross-cultural issues that could lead to resistance to change.
    • Evaluate the impact of cross-cultural issues on change.
    • Evaluate the processes of managed organizational change.

    Organizational Culture and Behavior

    • Describe the relationship between organizational culture and behavior.
    • Identify the relationships between organizational cultures and national cultures.
    • Assess the challenges in creating cooperation between organizations in various cultures.

    Organizational Design and Development

    • Analyze the creation of cross-cultural organizations.
    • Design work structures for organizational functions.
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