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70-342 Managing Across Cultures

Department:Business Administration
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This course is designed for students who expect to do business in other countries or work with people from other cultures. It provides an intellectual framework for understanding other cultures (and eventually one?s own), as well as detailed studies of particular countries. It discusses how culture defines organizations, contracts, personal relationships, attitudes toward authority, time and space, ethics, wealth, and subcultures, and how these affect business. Student teams study a culture of their choice and make presentations, based on interviews and literature research. The written student reports are collected into a Cultural Handbook that is distributed to all students in the course.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 2:30 - 3:20 pm M Hooker IA SIM Add course to my schedule
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