This course is concerned with the nature of managing in global business. Specifically, the course considers unique or unpredicted demands placed on managers by new and challenging business environments, and hence, implications for management development needs. The world of business is constantly being shaped and reshaped by social, economic and technological forces. As a result of the interdependent nature of these influences, the conduct of business in one part of the globe can have profound consequences for individuals, managers, businesses and communities in other locations worldwide. This course develops an evolving account of international business practices in the context of the environment in which they occur. Using a critical approach, the course examines theory and practice of management and organisations when operating across national and cultural borders. The implications of these practices for future management development are identified and discussed.
For further information regarding the course please refer to the Course Outline found at the following link.
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Note: Due to the Job-ready Graduates Package new funding clusters and contribution amounts will take effect in the 2021 academic year. Grandfathering arrangements will be in place for students who would see an increase in their contribution amounts. Under these arrangements, students who commenced their course of study before 1 January 2021 facing increased student contribution amounts for a unit, will instead have their student contribution and Australian Government contribution amounts remain as they were under the previous arrangements (with existing rates being indexed by CPI each year). If continuing students are enrolled in units that will see their student contribution amount lowered, their student contributions will be the lowered amount