INTL-4413 International Management
International management is an analysis of cultural impacts on international management and international business. Along with information technology, international management is the major challenge facing organizations entering the new millennium. All countries and companies are now part of the super-competitive global marketplace. Emphasis is placed on the emerging role of the global manager as a cosmopolitan, communicator, negotiator, creator of synergy, and change leader. Seven major world regions - North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa - are discussed for matters of cultural specifics. This course will provide a balanced approach to International Management by discussing international environment, culture, strategy and functions and organizational behavior, and human resource management. Same as MGMT-4413. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.