Contemporary Issues in International Management
Understand the nature of the multinational firm and the way it does business. Hear about globalisation and its effect on firms. Get to the heart of the economic, cultural and institutional forces that influence international management practices.
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On successful completion of this subject you will be able to:
- Develop a critical understanding of a variety of current issues impacting the management of international business
- Design creative, pragmatic and sustainable options to address international business issues
- Demonstrate advanced theoretical and practical knowledge of contemporary contexts
- Synthesise and apply theory and research to explore contemporary issues in international business
- Demonstrate a critical understanding of contemporary international management issues
- Source, appraise and use relevant data, information and viewpoints to address current issues in international management
- Practise and develop skills in communicating clearly and effectively
- Explore strategies to incorporate new understandings into practice.
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In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
Students will review, critically consider and discuss a variety of contemporary issues in international management (IM). With an initial focus on multinational management and comparative management, international management has expanded to include issues concerning the globalisation of the world economy and its effects on competition between firms and nations.
Key components of IM are:
- Multinational Management—studying the multinational firm, reasons for its existence, the way it conducts business and its effects
- Comparative management—considering the transfer of management practices across countries, cross-national or cross-cultural similarities and differences of management phenomena
- Globalisation of the World Economy—focusing on its effects on competition between firms and nations.
You are expected to bring to the fore issues that are contemporary and that fit within the main strands of IM stated above.
This subject includes a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) experience in which your knowledge and skills will be applied and assessed in a real or simulated workplace context and where feedback from industry and/or community is integral to your experience.
- Assessment 1 (50%)
- Assessment 2 (20%)
- Assessment 3 (30%)
Current study term: 17 Jul 22 to 23 Oct 22
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