21591 Transnational Management6cp
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This subject introduces concepts and capabilities that are critical to navigating the complexities of managing in transnational contexts. It integrates frameworks and practices from diverse disciplinary areas, such as cross-cultural and social psychology, organisational behaviour, and international human resource management, to help students address the major challenges (and opportunities) of global management.
An important learning outcome of this subject is how culture influences your (and others’) assumptions, perceptions, attributions and behaviours, and therefore how it shapes managerial practices. The content, activities and reflections with which we engage in this subject are designed to help students develop awareness and competencies to more effectively communicate, collaborate, manage and lead in international and culturally-diverse settings.
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