When you have completed your study of this course you will be able to identify some of the strategic factors that influence how decisions are made in Latin America in cross-cultural management contexts
Describe and explain key models used for comparing political environments critically assessing the practical value of these in the context of doing business abroad and decision-making
Critically assess some of the political risks inherent in cross-cultural and international management decision-making against a background of ‘globalisation’ and ‘culture and political shift’.
Explain significant aspects of overlap between national and international trade agreements and organizational compromises , critically assessing the impact of these international regulations at the global- local –levels and vice versa.
Analyse the role of effective communication in contexts for international and cross-cultural management generally and specifically in the field of international lobbyes and marketing
Analyse how international disputes and conflicts arise, and how they might be resolved in cross-cultural management contexts.
Demonstrate skills relevant to analysing and managing decisions of international organisations, taking into account issues of cultural diversity and political pressures.
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Against this background, your entry to this course of study represents an opportunity to enter into, contribute to, and learn about a new world and cultures: an opportunity to learn new ways of thinking about politics and world affairs, management of people and processes in organisations; about working with and through people across a range of national and international business and management contexts.