Managing Across Borders
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- 31 Jul 2023
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Critically analyse current business-related issues and factors affecting the impact of international management and/or across-border practices and processes on domestic businesses.
Research and analyse significant opportunities, disadvantages and processes of sustainable international / across-border business development, including market selection and entry.
Assess the impact of differences in national cultural values and social institutions on the management of multi-national and across border enterprises, including Not For Profits (NFP's).
Analyse and understand the implications for managers of ethical, social, corporate and environmental responsibilities on the behaviour of multi-national / across-border enterprises, including NFP''s.
- • Globalisation & international linkages.
- • Political, legal, technology: environment relations and risks.
- • Culture and value: definitions, meanings and dimensions.
- • Managing HR across borders.
- • Organisational & human diversity.
- • Sustainable ethical principles & practices: corporate & individual citizenship & responsibilities.
- • Strategic formations, alliances & implementations.
- • Corporate market entries & sustainable organisational structures.
- • HR: selection, management, development & motivation.
- • Management decision-making & controls: theory & practice - in the good and crisis times.
- • Leadership across cultures: individual corporate, & global - in a digitally disruptive environment.
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This subject will develop and enhance your understanding and appreciation of how constant and/or evolutionary changes to the international business environment influence the operations and conduct of domestic and cross border For-Profit and Not for Profit enterprises. You will examine key strategic and structural drivers and tools that support globalization and the establishment of multi-national entities. You will be exposed to models, approaches and challenges of successful cross-cultural management, negotiations, communications, and knowledge transfer.
- Discipline and subject-specific report utilising critical analysis assessing the learning (max 1,200 words). (30%)
- Case study based assessment showcasing research and inquiry and teamwork. Discipline and subject-specific capturing the learning. (Max 1,000 words per student and Max 3 students in a group). (15%)
- Oral presentation in Pecha Kutcha style. Based on and extending the group report. Marked as a group (equivalent to 500 words per student). (15%)
- Discipline and subject-specific report capturing the learning. (Max 1,800 words). (40%)
Current study term: 30 Jul 23 to 27 Oct 23
Textbook information is pending.