Students will develop an understanding of current international business strategy, context and structure as well as the issues managers face internationalising.
This paper focuses on internationalisation strategies (and their implications) for businesses and other organisations. Taking a microfoundational perspective and considering the nature of competition, this paper explores models of internationalisation, from traditional to born global, examining contexts, resources, decision-makers and consequences of various choices. Considerations include both basic strategic factors and current topical issues, such as entry mode, small and medium-sized enterprises, country of origin, and global talent management.
|Paper title||International Business Strategy|
|Teaching period||Semester 1 (On campus)|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$1,163.90|
|International Tuition Fees||Tuition Fees for international students are elsewhere on this website.|
- MANT 460
- Limited to
- BCom(Hons), PGDipCom, MCom, MIntBus
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- Teaching staff
Co-ordinator: Virginia Cathro
- Teaching Arrangements
Lectures, discussions, readings, and student presentations of their own research within this paper.
No textbooks are required for this paper
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
Global perspective, Lifelong learning, Research, Self-motivation
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- Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete the paper will gain:
- A well-developed mastery of case-based problem solving relating to the challenges and opportunities inherent in business internationalisation
- A well-developed understanding of the issues faced by businesses operating in cross-cultural environments and how these issues relate to the strategies of multinational business operation
- A well-developed ability to critically analyse relevant international business literature and relate the literature to particular problems or challenges facing businesses as they internationalise
- A well-developed ability to present information and opinions in a logical and persuasive manner through both oral and written formats