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International Certification in International Management

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International Certification in International Management

Objective: The Course uses strategy as its unifying theme to explore the global economy and the impact of managerial decisions. By examining comparative management issues thoroughly, and also covers the key topics of formation and implementation of strategies in the global environment, the building of strategic alliances, negotiation and cross-cultural communication, international human resource management, and business ethics.

PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT
1. The Challenge of Multinational Management in a Changing World
2. Culture and Multinational Management
3. The Institutional Context of Multinational Management

PART II: STRATEGY CONTENT AND FORMULATION FOR MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES
4. Strategic Management in a Multinational Company 
5. Multinational Participation Strategies: Content and Formulation
6. Multinational Strategy and the Small Business 

IMPLEMENTATION FOR MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES: DESIGN CHOICES
7. Organizational Designs for Multinational Companies
8. International Strategic Alliances
9. Multinational E-Commerce 

PART IV: STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION FOR MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 
10. International Human Resource Management
11. HRM in the Local Context: Knowing When and How to Adapt

PART V: STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION FOR MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES: INTERACTION PROCESSES
12. International Negotiation and Cross-Cultural Communication
13. Motivating People in Multinational Companies
14. Managerial Behavior and Leadership in Multinational Companies

PART VI: THE ETHICAL CONTEXT OF MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT
15. Ethical Decision-making and Social Responsibility in Multinational Companies 

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