Unit study package code: MGMT3001 
Mode of study: Internal
Tuition pattern summary: Note: For any specific variations to this tuition pattern and for precise
information refer to the Learning Activities section.
Online Class: 1 x 1 Hours Weekly
Workshop: 1 x 2 Hours Weekly
This unit does not have a fieldwork component.
Credit Value: 25.0
Pre-requisite units: MGMT1002 (v.0) Communication, Culture and Indigenous Perspectives in
Business or any previous version
OR
MGMT1000 (v.0) Fundamentals of Management or any previous version
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Unit Outline
MGMT3001 International Management
Trimester 1A, 2021
Faculty of Business and Law
School of Management
MGMT3001 International Management
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISAcknowledgement of Country
We respectfully acknowledge the Indigenous Elders, custodians, their descendants and kin of this land past and
present. The Centre for Aboriginal Studies aspires to contribute to positive social change for Indigenous
Australians through higher education and research.
Syllabus
This unit acquaints students with current international management theory and practice, encouraging interest and
enthusiasm for an international business career. It provides students with an introduction to methodologies for
studying management from a comparative perspective, and highlights the emerging issues for an international
manager. The practical issues of adaptation needed in cross-cultural or cross-national managerial interfaces are
considered extensively and students learn to analyse management problems and generate solutions to real-life
issues and problems.
Introduction
Welcome to International Management. The unit is vital for students interested in a career in international business
and is designed to assist their appreciation and understanding of the importance of cross-cultural issues in doing
business across various national contexts.
Unit Learning Outcomes
All graduates of Curtin University achieve a set of six Graduate Capabilities during their course of study. These
inform an employer that, through your studies, you have acquired discipline knowledge and a range of other skills
and capabilities which employers would value in a professional setting. Each unit in your course addresses the
Graduate Capabilities through a clearly identified set of learning outcomes. They form a vital part in the process
referred to as assurance of learning. The learning outcomes notify you of what you are expected to know,
understand or be able to do in order to be successful in this unit. Each assessment for this unit is carefully
designed to test your knowledge of one or more of the unit learning outcomes. On successfully completing all of
the assessments you will have achieved all of these learning outcomes.
Your course has been designed so that on graduating you will have achieved all of Curtin’s Graduate Capabilities
through the assurance of learning processes in each unit.
Curtin’s Graduate Capabilities
On successful completion of this unit students can: Graduate Capabilities
addressed
1 Identify and explain the key factors that shape management approaches in
international organisations
2 Apply relevant concepts and theories to analysing and solving international
management problems and issues
3 Analyse the importance of external disciplines in relation to international
management (e.g. economics, geography, history, languages, law, and political
science)
4 Develop cross-cultural skills and awareness and apply these to oral presentations
and seminar interactions
Apply discipline
knowledge, principles
and concepts
Innovative, creative and
entrepreneurial
Effective communicators
with digital competency
Globally engaged and
responsive
Culturally competent to engage
respectfully with local First Peoples
and other diverse cultures
Industry connected and
career capable
Find out more about Curtin’s Graduate Capabilities at the Curtin Learning and Teaching website: clt.curtin.edu.au
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Students are provided with a solid theoretical, practical and integrated understanding of the core international
management paradigms relevant to contemporary organisations. The unit is delivered as a one hour online electure (slides with vide/audio commentary and extensive notes) and a two hour face-to-face workshop in a
collaborative teaching space to maximise student engagement, interaction and participation. The e-lecture
provides the theoretical basis and understanding of the international management concepts and students are
expected to listen to the e-lecture before attending the workshop. The workshop provides an opportunity for
students to apply and discuss the theory learned in the e-lecture, to real-life practical case studies through a
range of activities. This format allows students to develop some of the particular communication skills (written,
presentation and teamwork); critical and creative thinking skills (problem solving and decision making), team work,
IT literacy, international perspective and life-long learning skills – which are consistent with the Curtin Business
School graduate attributes and professional skills program. These skills and attributes are congruent with the
ones employers seek in university graduates.
Learning Resources

Detailed information on assessment tasks
1. Assessment 1 – PRESENTATION (Group)
Worth: ​30% (including peer review)
Due: Once during the semester between teaching Weeks 3-11.
You will be assigned into groups of no more than FOUR students. Your group is required to make a formal
presentation on ONE assigned case study (from the list below) to the entire class during teaching Weeks 3 – 11 of your
semester. You are to present your solutions to the case study questions (questions highlighted in YELLOW on the
blackboard which need to be addressed) at the end of the case. One of the following cases would be randomly
assigned to groups for the semester:
Case Study 1 (Topic 3) – An Australian manager in an American company
Case Study 2 (Topic 4) – Miscommunication with a Brazilian auto parts manufacturer
Case Study 3 (Topic 5) – Search engines aid decision making and negotiation
Case Study 4 (Topic 6) – Foreign businesses tread carefully as Cuba opens up
Case Study 5 (Topic 7) – Foreign companies in China under attack
Case Study 6 (Topic 8) – HSBC in 2015 – Complex global operations and downsizing
Case Study 7 (Topic 9) – Kelly’s assignment in Japan
Case Study 8 (Topic 10) – Expatriate management in AstraZeneca
Case Study 9 (Topic 11) – Interview – Carlo D’Asaro Biondo, Google’s Europe Strategic Chief in Charm offensive
Your presentation is to last 35 minutes (maximum) including:
l 20 minutes presentation on the organisation and the relevant topic;
l 10 minutes interactive exercise to engage the audience;
l 5 minutes for audience questions.
Please note that you are NOT ALLOWED to simply read out any part of the presentation from palm-notes/slides
or other reference material as you are being assessed on your presentation skills and not your reading abilities. In
Task Value
%
Date Due
Unit
Learning
Outcome(s)
Assessed
Late
Assessments
Accepted?*
Assessment
Extensions
Considered?*
1
Presentation 30% Week: Teaching
week 3-11
Day: Workshop day
Time: Workshop
time
2,3,4 No Yes
2
Report 35% Week: Teaching
Week 7
Day: Sunday 25 April
Time: 11.59 pm
2,3,4 Yes Yes
3
Case Study Analysis 35% Week: Teaching
Week 12
Day: Sunday 30 May
Time: 11.59 pm
1,2,3 Yes Yes
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISaddition, you are to distribute a one-page (double-sided) handout of the solutions to each individual in the class.
Classroom discussion is deeply encouraged after the presentation to facilitate understanding of the case study. You
could either use PowerPoint or overhead projector facility to illustrate your solutions (depending on availability in the
classroom).
Online Submission: Presentation Slides and the handout should be composed into one single PDF file and MUST
BE submitted through Turnitin on Blackboard by the workshop time. ONLY one student of the group needs to
submit. Your unit coordinator, tutor &/or local lecturer will have access to your assessment in soft copy through the
system. You must put in-slide citations and references in the presentation slides.
Peer evaluation: You will be marked as a group based on the set marking criteria (see Blackboard). It is your
responsibility as a group to ensure that that the workload is distributed evenly among the presenters. All group
members will get the same mark for the presentation (up to 30%) and the peer review score (PRS) will be utilised to
adjust this presentation score as below for each group member.
Each person’s PRS is based on the total rating given by the group members. Members with a PRS below the group
average will have their final grade adjusted downwards. For example, a member with a PRS of 20% below the average
group score will be graded at 20% below the group’s grade. Therefore, if the group scores 80% for the project, this
member loses 20% which is a loss of 16 marks (20% of 80 marks = 16 marks). Therefore, this member is awarded a final
grade of 64% (80% – 16% = 64%).
The PRS score sheet is available on Blackboard. Each student in the group needs to submit a hardcopy of the PRS score
sheet, duly filled into the workshop facilitator at the time of their presentation. If a student does not submit a PRS on
the day of the presentation, relevant Curtin late submission penalties apply. Submission later than 7 days results in a
zero mark for the presentation. Furthermore, students who do not submit a PRS will automatically grant the other
students full marks (i.e., 40 out of 40 [10 for each category on a scale of 1-10] as part of their peer rating of the other
students)
Feedback on the presentations: Students are strongly encouraged to attend ALL presentations (and not just their
own) and participate in the discussions that ensue from the presentations. Please inform your unit
coordinator/lecturer/instructor/tutor via email if you are unable to attend a presentation and provide reasons
for the same. Students, as part of the audience, will participate in the feedback process. On the day, you will be
provided with the marking criteria for you to provide any comments. These will be taken in account by the Unit
Coordinator/Lecturer when finalising the feedback for your group. You will be provided with feedback (based on the
marking criteria that can be accessed through the blackboard) from your Unit Coordinator/Lecturer (Bentley) and your
Local Lecturers (Offshore campuses) through the blackboard under ‘My Grades’.
2. Assessment 2 – RESEARCH REPORT (Individual)
Worth: 35%
Due: 11.59 pm Sunday – 25 April
You are required to prepare a 2500 word (plus or minus 250 words) research report (using Times New Roman, 12 point
font, 1.5 line spacing, 2cm margin at the top, bottom and both sides), based on the set research topic.
You will be assessed on your ability to recognise, analyse and discuss the key issues in the topic; and on your ability to
appropriately use reference material in support of your arguments. The quality of the sources of information you use,
as well as your referencing skills (e.g. establishing linkages amongst the sources used within the assignment), will be
assessed. Written assignments must use the Chicago 17th B Referencing style and assignments that are
unsatisfactorily referenced will not be marked and the students notified. You are expected to use at least ten (10)
different scholarly journal articles or books published within the past ten years to support your arguments and
discussion. Unable to meet this mandatory requirement will result in a zero in your reference section (10%) of
the marking rubric. The use of WIKIPEDIA online encyclopedia is not allowed. This is not an essay, it is a
REPORT. It is your responsibility to understand the format of a report. There are numerous business
communication books that will show you the format/layout if you are unsure of what is required. In addition, our CBS
Skills and Communications Centre provides ‘high flyers’ to assist you in your writing.
The title page, executive summary, table of contents, reference list and appendices do not comprise part of the
prescribed word limit. Please also print the total word count on the cover page.
Online Submission: Assignments MUST BE submitted through Turnitin on Blackboard. Your unit co-ordinator, tutor
&/or local lecturer will have access to your assessment in soft copy through the system.
Research Topic
You are required to critically address the research topic (see below) providing supporting examples where appropriate:
‘International corporate social responsibility (CSR) is critical for multinational enterprises (MNEs) to conduct
overseas business (Pisani, Kourula, Kolk, and Meijer, 2017). It has become a compelling factor in the global business
environment, creating demands on international managers to take a positive stance on issues of social
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISresponsibility and ethical behaviour, economic development in host countries and ecological protection around
the world. What is CSR? Why is international CSR more complex than domestic CSR? How do MNEs implement
international CSR to support international business operations? Using a case study approach, research two
MNEs: one has successful CSR practices in the host country and one MNE has poor CSR implementation in the
host country. Identify and discuss the reasons why one succeeded and the other one did it poorly. Based on your
analysis of the two cases, make generic recommendations on how other MNEs can successfully implement
international CSR.’
The following sections must be included in your report: Executive summary, introduction, main body (use subsections/headings), concluding recommendations and reference list.
The further assessment information is available on the Blackboard including the key rubric and the marking guide.
3. Assessment 3 – CASE STUDY ANALYSIS (Individual)
Worth: 35%
Due: 11.59 pm Sunday – 30 May
You are required to write a case study analysis summarising and providing solutions to case questions for a case study.
The written analysis of the case should summarise the case, integrate current literature and demonstrate analytical
reasoning, good writing skills and originality. A 2500 word limit (plus or minus 250 words) is placed on this assignment
(using Times New Roman, 12 point font, 1.5 line spacing, 2cm margin at the top, bottom and both sides). Proper
referencing is essential. It is expected that you would conduct some additional research and engage with relevant
literature while providing solutions to the case questions.
The case study will be uploaded onto BlackBoard under ‘Assessments’.
The title page, table of contents, reference list and appendices do not comprise part of the prescribed word limit.
Please also print the total word count on the cover page.
You are expected to use at least ten (10) different scholarly journal articles or books published within the past
ten years to support your arguments and discussion. Unable to meet this mandatory requirement will result in a
zero in your reference section (10%) of the marking rubric. Written assignments must use the Chicago 17th B
Referencing style and assignments that are unsatisfactorily referenced will not be marked and the students
notified. Please don’t forget to cite the case as this is a case study analysis.
Online Submission: Assignments MUST BE submitted through Turnitin on Blackboard. Your unit coordinator, tutor
&/or local lecturer will have access to your assessment in soft copy through the system.
All assignments are to comply with Curtin’s referencing guidelines. The university has implemented a policy and
guidelines for dealing with student plagiarism. Once investigated, penalties imposed upon students found to have
plagiarised range from a nil grade for the piece of assessment to expulsion from the University. The penalty imposed
will depend upon the level of plagiarism found. More information regarding plagiarism can be found in the following
section of this document.
Feedback: You will be provided with our feedback through Blackboard under ‘My Grades’ in line with the detailed
marking guide available on the blackboard.
The further assessment information is available on the Blackboard including the key rubric and the marking guide.
Pass requirements
Students must ATTEMPT ALL ASSESSMENTS and obtain an overall mark of 50 out of 100 (i.e., 50%) to pass the
unit.
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISAssessment Moderation
Fair assessment through moderation
Moderation describes a quality assurance process to ensure that assessments are appropriate to the learning
outcomes, and that students work is evaluated consistently by assessors. Minimum standards for the moderation
of assessments are described in the Assessment and Student Progression Manual, available from
policies.curtin.edu.au/findapolicy/
Pre-marking moderation
A co-assessor is assigned to this unit to review all assessment tasks and marking criteria/rubrics, and
monitor and confirm integrity of results. Assessment tasks are provided to students prior to the
assessment task, marking criteria are provided to students, assessors are provided with marking
guides/rubric and sufficient information to ensure fair and consistent evaluation of student work.
Intra-marking / Post-marking moderation
• A process of review and validation of decisions where students have not met the pass requirements
• Second marking of outlier samples
• Second marking of a random sample to check for consistent application of marking criteria and
standards
Late assessment
Where the submission of a late assessment is permitted, late penalties will be consistently applied in this unit.
Where a late assessment is permitted for an assessment item or the entirety of the unit (refer to the Assessment
Schedule table in this Unit Outline) and the student does not have an approved assessment extension:
1. For assessment items submitted within the first 24 hours after the due date/time, students will be penalised
by a deduction of 5% of the total marks allocated for the assessment task;
2. For each additional 24 hour period commenced an additional penalty of 10% of the total marks allocated
for the assessment item will be deducted; and
3. Assessment items submitted more than 168 hours late (7 calendar days) will receive a mark of zero.
Where late assessment is NOT permitted for an assessment item or the entirety of the unit (refer to the
Assessment Schedule table in this Unit Outline) and the student does not have an approved assessment extension:
1. All assessment items submitted after the due date/time will receive a mark of zero.
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISAssessment extension
Where an application for an assessment extension is permitted for an assessment item(s) within this unit (refer to
the Assessment Schedule table in this Unit Outline):
1. A student who is unable to complete an assessment item by/on the due date/time as a result of exceptional
circumstances beyond the student’s control, may apply for an assessment extension on the Assessment
Extension Application Form as prescribed by the Academic Registrar. The form is available on the Forms
page at https://students.curtin.edu.au/essentials/forms-documents/forms/ and also within the student’s
OASIS (My Studies tab – Quick Forms) account.
2. The student will be expected to submit their application for an Assessment Extension with supporting
documentation:
a. Australian Campuses: via the online form
b. Offshore campuses: to the School representative nominated below
3. Timely submission of this information supports the assessment process. For applications that are declined,
delayed submission may have significant ramifications on the possible marks awarded.
4. An application may be accepted up to five working days after the due date/time of the assessment item
where the student is able to provide a verifiable explanation as to why they were not able to submit the
application prior to the assessment due date/time
Where an application for an assessment extension is NOT permitted for an assessment item(s) within this unit
(refer to the Assessment Schedule table in this Unit Outline):
1. All assessment items submitted after the due date/time will be subject to late penalties or receive a mark of
zero depending on the unit permitting late assessment submissions.
Australian campuses – School contact for Assessment Extension enquiries (submission is via the online form): Unit Coordinator Dr. Yifan Zhong at yifan.zhong@curtin.edu.au.
Offshore campuses – School representative for submission: Unit Co-ordinator Dr. Yifan Zhong at yifan.zhong@curtin.edu.au.
Deferred assessments
Further assessment
Further assessments, if granted by the Board of Examiners, will be held between 12/07/2021 and 16/07/2021 .
Notification to students will be made after the Board of Examiners meeting via the Official Communications
Channel in OASIS.
It is the responsibility of the student to be available to complete the requirements of a further assessment. If your
results show that you have been granted a further assessment you should immediately check OASIS for details.
If your results show that you have been granted a deferred assessment you should immediately check OASIS for
details.
Deferred examinations/tests will be held from 12/07/2021 to 16/07/2021 . Notification to students will be made
after the Board of Examiners’ meeting via the Official Communications Channel (OCC) in OASIS.
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISReasonable adjustments for students with disabilities/health circumstances likely to impact on
studies
A Curtin Access Plan (CAP) is a document that outlines the type and level of support required by a student with a
disability or health condition to have equitable access to their studies at Curtin. Carers for people with disability
may also be eligible for support. This support can include alternative exam or test arrangements, study materials
in accessible formats, access to Curtin’s facilities and services or other support as discussed with an advisor from
AccessAbility Services.
Documentation is required from your treating Health Professional to confirm your health circumstances or carer
responsibilities.
If you think you may be eligible for a CAP, please contact AccessAbility Services. If you already have a CAP please
provide it to the Unit Coordinator in week 1 of each study period.
Referencing style
The referencing style for this unit is Chicago 17th B.
More information can be found on this style from the Library web site:
http://libguides.library.curtin.edu.au/referencing.
Privacy
As part of a learning or assessment activity, or class participation, your image or voice may be recorded or
transmitted by equipment and systems operated by Curtin University. Transmission may be to other venues on
campus or to others both in Australia and overseas.
Your image or voice may also be recorded by students on personal equipment for individual or group study or
assessment purposes. Such recordings may not be reproduced or uploaded to a publicly accessible web
environment. If you wish to make such recordings for study purposes as a courtesy you should always seek the
permission of those who are impacted by the recording.
Recording of classes or course materials may not be exchanged or distributed for commercial purposes, for
compensation, or for any other purpose other than personal study for the enrolled students in the unit. Breach of
this may subject a student to disciplinary action under Statute No 10 – Student Disciplinary Statute.
If you wish to discuss this please talk to your Unit Coordinator.
Copyright
The course material for this unit is provided to you for your own research and study only. It is subject to
copyright. It is a copyright infringement to make this material available on third party websites.
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISAcademic Integrity (including plagiarism and cheating)
Academic Integrity
Curtin’s Student Charter, Academic Integrity Program (AIP), and core Values guide expectations regarding student
behaviour and responsibilities. Information on these topics can be found on the Student Essentials Website or the
Academic Integrity tab in Blackboard.
Academic Integrity Warnings
An Academic Integrity Warning may be issued to a New-to-Curtin student if they have inadequately acknowledged
sources or collaborated inappropriately. The Management of Academic Integrity Warnings for New to Curtin
Students Procedures provide further information and explain who is considered to be New-to-Curtin.
Academic Misconduct
Students with an academic breach that do not meet the New-to-Curtin criteria will be managed through the
misconduct process. Academic Misconduct means conduct by a student that is dishonest or unfair in connection
with any academic work. This includes all types of plagiarism, cheating, collusion, falsification or fabrication of data
or other content, and Academic Misconduct Other, such as falsifying medical certificates for extension. More
details can be found on the Student Essentials Website or on the Academic Integrity Website.
Staff members are required to report suspected misconduct and an inquiry may take place. If misconduct is
determined it will result in penalties, which may include a warning, a reduced or nil grade, a requirement to repeat
the assessment, an annulled grade (ANN) or termination from the course. Some penalties may impact on future
enrolment.
Academic work under inquiry will not be graded until the process has concluded. If your work is the subject of an
inquiry you will be notified by email and Official Communication with an opportunity to respond. Appropriate
support will be provided. For more information refer to Statute No.10 Student Discipline and Academic
Misconduct Rules.
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Expectations
Curtin students are expected to have reliable internet access in order to connect to OASIS email and learning
systems such as Blackboard and Library Services.
You may also require a computer or mobile device for preparing and submitting your work.
For general ICT assistance, in the first instance please contact OASIS Student Support:
oasisapps.curtin.edu.au/help/general/support.cfm
For specific assistance with any of the items listed below, please contact The Learning Centre:
life.curtin.edu.au/learning-support/learning_centre.htm
l Using Blackboard, the I Drive and Back-Up files
l Introduction to PowerPoint, Word and Excel
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISAdditional information
Further Assessment Student Eligibility:
A student is eligible for consideration for further assessment if they:
l are enrolled in a unit within their first 200 credit points of study in their course OR in a unit in their final
study period of a course; and
l have attempted all required assessment tasks in the unit;
l have not be found guilty of academic misconduct in the unit.
A student enrolled in a Bachelor level course may only be offered two Further Assessment opportunities in their
course. A student enrolled in all other courses may only be offered one Further Assessment opportunity. Please
note, Further Assessment is granted by the Board of Examiners.
Enrolment
It is your responsibility to ensure that your enrolment is correct – you can check your enrolment through the
eStudent option on OASIS, where you can also print an Enrolment Advice.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
It is the responsibility of every student to be aware of all relevant legislation, policies and procedures relating to
their rights and responsibilities as a student. These include:
l the Student Charter
l Values and Signature Behaviours
l the University’s policy and statements on plagiarism and academic integrity
l copyright principles and responsibilities
l the University’s policies on appropriate use of software and computer facilities
Information on all of the above is available through the University’s “Student Rights and Responsibilities” website
at: students.curtin.edu.au/rights.
Student Equity
There are a number of factors that might disadvantage some students from participating in their studies or
assessments to the best of their ability, under standard conditions. These factors may include a disability or
medical condition (e.g. mental illness, chronic illness, physical or sensory disability, learning disability), significant
caring responsibilities, pregnancy, religious practices, living in a remote location,or another reason. If you believe
you may be unfairly disadvantaged on these or other grounds please contact the appropriate service below. It is
important to note that the staff of the University may not be able to meet your needs if they are not informed of
your individual circumstances, so please get in touch with the appropriate service if you require assistance.
To discuss your needs in relation to:
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISRecent unit changes
Students are encouraged to provide unit feedback through eVALUate, Curtin’s online student feedback system.
For more information about eVALUate, please refer to evaluate.curtin.edu.au/info/.
Recent changes to this unit include:
The following changes have been made based on feedback from 2018:
1. The e-lectures have been redesigned and rerecorded to include more videos/audios and commentary per
student feedback. This will also allow easier access to the e-lectures via smartphones/tablets.
2. The assessments have been cut down from FOUR to THREE with the inclusion of peer review scoring for the
group presentation.
The following change has been made based on assessment modification and feedback from 2020:
1. The third assessment has been modified from the final examination to the case analysis report to suit the online
delivery requirement.
2. The marks of second and third assessments have been changed from 40 and 30 to 35 and 35, respectively.
To view previous student feedback about this unit, search for the Unit Summary Report at
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The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASISProgram calendar
Teaching
Week
Begin
Date
Topic Pre-readings Assessment Due
1. 1 March Assessing the environment: Political, economic,
legal, technological
Deresky (2017)
Chapter 1
2. 8 March Managing interdependence: Social responsibility,
ethics, sustainability
Deresky (2017)
Chapter 2
3. 15 March Understanding the role of culture Deresky (2017)
Chapter 3
Ass 1: Case Study 1
4. 22 March Communicating across cultures Deresky (2017)
Chapter 4
Ass 1: Case Study 2
5. 29 March Cross-cultural negotiation and decision making Deresky (2017)
Chapter 5
Ass 1: Case Study 3
5 April Tuition-free week
6. 12 April Formulating strategy Deresky (2017)
Chapter 6
Ass 1: Case Study 4
7. 19 April Implementing strategy: Small businesses, global
alliances and emerging market firms
Deresky (2017)
Chapter 7
Ass 1: Case Study 5 +
Assignment 2 due 25
April, 11.59 pm
8. 26 April Organization structure and control systems Deresky (2017)
Chapter 8
Ass 1: Case Study 6
9. 3 May Staffing, training and compensation for global
operations
Deresky (2017)
Chapter 9
Ass 1: Case Study 7
10. 10 May Developing a global management cadre Deresky (2017)
Chapter 10
Ass 1: Case Study 8
11. 17 May Motivating and leading Deresky (2017)
Chapter 11
Ass 1: Case Study 9
12. 24 May Case Revision Assignment 3 due 30
May, 11.59 pm
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