Global dynamics, although necessary for businesses with global presence, should not be the major focus of a company’s planning and decisions. This paper illustrates why focusing too much on it poses danger on companies. The paper also includes analytical tools to use to better understand a company’s situation.
This paper explores the challenges and principles adopted to deal with an initial negotiation between a manager/owner of a business and a third party supplier from overseas. This paper also illustrates how this crucial arrangement could be rendered with great professionalism and smartness. Lastly, it proposes principles and guides to a more productive venture in outsourcing abroad.
This paper attempts to explore the negative concerns on the statement that “establishing a global market is the pathway to world peace.” It tries to show that this statement is not necessarily true since there are many illustrations which prove the opposite. Hence, this paper will initially show the unifying global forces in the establishment of world peace. Then, it shall present the devastating effects of the global markets that actually threaten world peace and instigate nations to take a protectionist stance towards their national growth and development.
This paper provides the various ways in which the cultural, economic and political factors are interrelated across the world and how this interrelatedness has affected globalization.
This paper discusses the roles that managers face including the complications it entails especially in the contemporary period when they handle both local and global fields. Specifically, this paper will tackle the social and economical consequences of being a manager in the modern days.
This article would utilize the comparison of how consumerism works within the context of two distinctly different cultures. This is done to see how much of commercialism prevails in both countries and how this level of consumerism affects the nation’s culture through the behavior and attitudes of its people.
This article discusses how linguistic diversity in the workplace can be dealt with to ensure unity amidst differences. The author suggests identifying strengths, organizing team buildings, and measuring performance,, among others, that would make a diverse organization unified.
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