Title of Course
Home Department for Course
Management and Entrepreneurship
An introduction to the global business environment, this course examines the discrete and interactive effects of the geographic, historical, sociocultural, political/legal, economic and technological forces that shape business activities across borders and their consequences.
-Articulate the business rationales for going overseas.
-Identify the major environmental differences between international
businesses and purely domestic ones.
-Describe the role of these contextual differences on management, planning, organizing,
leading, controlling and decision-making in an enterprise.
-Articulate the role of cultural differences in communicating, negotiating and
ethical decision-making across national borders.
D2L Course Code/Course Offering
Introd. to Intnal. Busines
KSU Status/Last Review Date
Business Administration, Management, and Operations Commons, Business and Corporate Communications Commons, Business Law, Public Responsibility, and Ethics Commons, Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations Commons, Human Resources Management Commons, International Business Commons, Labor Relations Commons, Organizational Behavior and Theory Commons, Strategic Management Policy Commons, Technology and Innovation Commons