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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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MNGT 310 - Global Management


The operation of a global enterprise imposes new demands upon its organization. Global Management explores, through a variety of perspectives, what it takes to successfully operate a global firm. These perspectives include: a) an understanding of organizational structure and the importance of headquarters and centralization, b) the firm’s operations and international management assignments, c) production, marketing and sales activities, d) the relationship between the multinational corporation and its host governments, and e) functional disciplines such as human resource management, product development, quality control and public relations. Throughout the course students will be systematically introduced to the complexities and challenges of managing in various markets and cultures. The course is complemented by case study analysis, research on leading global companies, and book reviews covering topics on international business and transnational management.
3 credits
Prerequisite: MNGT 207-Management or MNGT 207H-Honors Management



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