Comparative Study of International Business – A Functional and Cultural Approach

This course will examine and evaluate the impact of globalization on both local and multinational companies. In the first half of the course, lectures will focus on corporate strategy, business communications, marketing and branding, compensation and motivation, as well as negotiation and decision-making. These lectures will illustrate how the cultural context of a given business can affect these areas, influencing functionality and shaping the formation of best practices. In the second half of the course, expert practitioners from across industries will come to class and conduct simulation exercises, advising and critiquing Schwarzman Scholars as they simulate negotiations and other business functions.

Applicable TowardsConcentration
Department Schwarzman Scholars
Credits 2
FacultyJIANG Chun

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