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|Monday||10/31/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.4.14|
|Monday||11/07/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.4.14|
|Monday||11/14/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.4.14|
|Monday||11/21/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.4.14|
|Monday||11/28/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.4.14|
|Monday||12/05/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.5.14|
|Wednesday||12/14/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.3.08|
|Monday||12/19/22||02:00 PM - 05:00 PM||TC.3.07|
Global strategic management
International HR management
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
- apply, critically discuss and evaluate the content of International Business (IB) as covered in the lecture „Foundations of International Business“ as well as other related aspects.
- assess and analyze real-life management situations in a complex international business context.
- connect different IB topic areas and key IB concepts in a holistic way.
Additionally, students will be able to:
- organize themselves in a diverse team setting and divide work among the different team members.
- present clearly and convincingly in front of an audience.
- give constructive feedback on others’ presentations.
- think outside the box and apply divergent thinking in structuring and solving case studies.
- formulate tasks independently, develop problem solution approaches and deliver well-structured recommendations based on given case studies in both oral and written form.
As this is a highly interactive class, it is important that you are well prepared and present for all sessions.
The course is scheduled to take place in person at WU and full attendance is compulsory. You may miss one session, but be aware that class participation makes up a considerable stake of your final grade and, therefore, an absence will affect your grading. If you miss more than one session, you will be deregistered from the course.
There are no compensatory tasks / submissions, except in the case of (documented) illness.
Learning materials accompanied by trainings, videos and presentations
Your grade is composed by 50% individual assessment (i.e. 40% verbal and written participation and 10% peer rating) and by 50% group grading (i.e. 3 group assignments: 10% assignment 1 (presentation), 15% assignment 2 (presentation), and 25% assignment 3 (presentation and written report). Grading is standardized throughout all applications courses.
An obligatory entry exam constitutes the beginning of the major International Business and this course. Please note that you will not be able to participate in this course if you do not pass the entry exam and are accepted as student of the major International Business. Students who do not pass the exam will automatically be deregistered from this course.
Incoming/Exchange students do not have to take an entry exam.
An Introduction to Globalization [intro session]
Learn about the complexity of today's IB environment, affected in many ways by simultaneous pressures of globalization and localization.
Macro-Environmental Perspectives [content session]
Learn about the external environment of multinationals, the different risks that they are confronted with in different countries as well as about emerging and developing markets and their strategic role in international business.
Comparative-Country Analysis, Market Selection & Market Entry [presentation session]
Presentation of comparative-country analysis.
Deepen your understanding about the market selection processes and learn that entry modes depend on country environments as well as on firms' resources.
Micro-Environmental Perspectives [content session]
Understand the importance of strategic management in an international context and learn about the competing forces of doing business internationally.
Industry Analysis [presentation session]
Presentation of industry analysis.
Deepen your understanding about industry analyses and learn that many different factors play a role when it comes to determining the attractiveness of an industry.