18 – 22 slides to include 100 to 150 words per slide in the content slides + 1 – 2-page corresponden
Part 1– SectionDescriptionSlidesTitle SlideTitle of presentation and author information.11: Global Management Fundamentals
Use an original scenario to provide examples of the four fundamentals of management: Consider the following scenario:
You are competing for a promotion to global manager. This position involves managing three key departments located in three different countries with three very different cultures. You have been asked to create a PowerPoint presentation of 18 to 22 slides. Your presentation should persuade the hiring directors that you are the right person for the promotion.
Demonstrate how global strategy is incorporated in each example.
2: Cultural Differences in Communication
Research findings on the communication and business practice distinctions associated with a specific culture. Describe potential communication challenges and proactive solutions.
3: Global Business Issues
Application of Ethical Management Practice. This involves working through the five steps to decision making advocated by the Project Management Institute. An ethical dilemma will be provided and students will work through the decision-making process and come to a conclusion.
4: Global Negotiations
Methods for Managing differences: Competitive vs. Cooperative Cultures. Working through a conflict using the Managing Differences worksheet included in the course assignment using a conflict amongst your global team members.
Use APA guidelines to cite references.
Write an action plan that would prepare you for a desired global management position. This is in addition to the part one slides
- Using a job search site, identify a management position that you would be interested in pursuing.
- Answer the following questions in paragraph form:
- What themes do you notice among the job ads? List at least 3 core competencies that someone needs to do that job effectively.
- How do you match up with what employers say they need?
- What qualifications do you have that align with their needs?
- What are the gaps between what you currently have to offer and what the employer expects?
- What will you do to overcome those gaps?
- If you had to describe the value you gained from this course to your future employer in an interview, what would you say?