This course aims to provide students with a critical and comprehensive understanding of CEO behaviors and cultural reasoning behind their success and/or failure. Emphasis is on comparative analysis of the business culture between China and the US, and related global perspectives. Extensive case applications focus on international CEO comparisons (e.g. American, Chinese, Latin American CEOs). This is a course to prepare students to interact effectively with cross-cultural business partners when doing international business. (Also listed as CHIN 3330.)(Offered every Fall). Prerequisites: Junior standing and 6 hours of Business Administration or consent of instructor.
3 credits
Upper Division
The Capacities | Global Awareness
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The Interdisciplinary Clusters | Beyond Globalization