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A theoretical framework for understanding the major organisations, processes and developments in the global environment and how these affect New Zealanders and our business organisations. Applications for managers of New Zealand-based firms are discussed.
International management is the leadership of integration of functional business areas within an international environment. Although grounded in theory, the practical implications of decision making for international management form the core of this paper. This paper is intended to serve as an introduction to selected critical, current topics affecting the business environment facing anyone (or any organisation) choosing to compete in the international arena - including within New Zealand - and as a second, topically-focused paper in international management.
|Paper title||International Management|
|Teaching period||Second Semester|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$863.25|
|International Tuition Fees (NZD)||$4,276.80|
- MANT 217 or MANT 222 or 36 200-level points from Commerce Schedule C
- MANT 454
- Schedule C
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- Teaching staff
Co-ordinator: Dr Dana Ott
- Teaching Arrangements
- Lectures and tutorials. There are terms requirements for this paper.
- Supplementary reference: Cavusgil, Knight, Riesenberger, Rammal & Rose. International Business: The New Realities. Pearson Education.
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Global perspective, Critical thinking, Information literacy, Research, Self-motivation,
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- Learning Outcomes
- Analyse situations to discover and interpret critical factors
- Apply conceptual learning to practical situations
- Reach, present and defend decisions based on limited information
- Develop oral and written communication skills
- Cooperate within teams to achieve a common goal
- Develop ability to respond to "live" critique and think "on your feet"
- Develop research skills
- Link current NZ situations to their international management contexts