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- 22 Nov 2021
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Critically compare and contrast key models of international business and cross-cultural management.
Evaluate issues which arise when working with organisations operating in multiple national environments from the human, cultural interactions, dialogue and ethical perspectives.
Apply discipline knowledge and technical skills such as financial analysis and global partnerships to solving problems or contributing to the operations of a globally engaged organisation.
Appraise collectively the challenges and opportunities of managing people in an international context.
- Globalisation and the world economy
- Difference between countries – politics, culture and ethics
- Regional economic integration and global partnerships
- The strategy on international business
- Foreign market penetration
- Exporting, importing and countertrade
- International economics
- Cross-cultural emersion
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
Students will study key models of internationalisation and cross-cultural management. They will explore issues which arise from a regulatory and social perspective when working across different national and cultural context using dialogue and partnerships. A range of opportunities to demonstrate the application of business in international contexts will be offered. The overarching aim of this unit is to provide students with the opportunity to develop and apply practical skills developed in the MBA program in an applied global context with ethical lenses.
In order to pass this unit, students are required to complete and submit three graded assessment tasks and achieve an aggregate mark of at least 50%. Marking will be in accordance with a rubric specifically developed to measure the level of achievement of the learning outcomes for each item of assessment.
- Article Critique (25%)
- Applied Business Project (40%)
- Critical analysis Report (35%)
Current study term: 21 Nov 21 to 20 Feb 22
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