|Title:||Intercultural Management (GBM)|
|Contact:||Christina Manthei M.Sc. & Master Economie et Gestion des Entreprises|
The course aims at providing students with an analytical understanding of the underlying cultural assumptions which give rise to different beliefs and values about the practice of management.
By the end of the course, students should demonstrate an ability to:
Understand the various theoretical perspectives and practical approaches to dealing with culture, cultural difference, and cultural change within the framework of international business,
Understand management practices in different cultural environments,
Develop personal approaches to manage cultural challenges in an international business context, and
Reach a decent level of understanding of culture and its uses to build more effective business relationships.
Date and Time:
Thursday 25. April, 10 am-1.15 pm, (10 am - 11.30 am: Jura HS 2001; 11.30 am - 1.15 pm: HS 1009)
Friday 26. April, 8.30-11.45 am, FW 1101/02
Saturday 27. April, 9-12 am, Jura HS 1010
Thursday 2. May, 10 am – 1.15 pm, (10 am - 11.30 am: Jura HS 2001; 11.30 am - 1.15 pm: HS 1009)
Friday 3. May, 8.30-11.45 am, FW 1101/02
Saturday 4. May, 9-12 am, FW 1101/01
will be announced in class.
|Recommended semester:||in the 2nd semester|
|Field of study:||Bachelor GBM|
|Type of course:||lecture|
|ECTS credits:||4 credits|