In your own words, define and describe political risk. Create an impressive definition that demonstrates to potential employers or clients that you can clearly articulate the risks associated with international management. Luthans, F., & Doh, J. P. (2012). International management: Culture, strategy, and behavior (8th ed.).
Please, I really need your help. Can you please help me with these sets of questions? Thanks in advance and I truly appreciate it. 1. In looking at the industry in which you currently work, which life cycle stage do you think it is in at the present time? What do you see happening that could move it into the next stage? Provi
(Please do not sign this out without messaging me first) I am currently stuck on the following HW questions looking to get pointed in the right direction. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) is the independent standard-setting body of the IFRS Foundation. Currently IA
Luthans and Doh (2012) discuss entry strategies and ownership structures. As an international manager, which entry strategy would you use for a consumer product organization? For context, select one of the BRIC countries.
Various authors and professionals suggest that an organization must plan or have a strategy to be successful. Do you feel that planning and strategic management is necessary to be successful? Why or why not? Consider this question from the perspective of an organization and as an individual.
What are the types of corruption; what are the effects of corruption on the multinational corporation? How can MNCs effectively deal with this problem?
The original case study: It is fair to say that some of the issues in staffing for local assignments are the same for international assignments. However, there are significant differences as well. In this discussion, we want to focus on the similarities and differences and consider how we can address the challenges of global
If you were the owner of an automobile company and decided to market internationally, what kind of competition would your business face? • Would you face imperfect, monopolistic, oligopolistic, or perfect competition? • What sort of circumstances would you have to be aware of, and why? • What if you were a major retaile
Please assist with writing ideas for a paper on the characteristics of the company that make it one of the 100 best companies to work for. Discuss what the company does, aspect of its culture, and why it is successful. Your paper should be 5 pages. Sources must be cited in parenthesis in the paper following the item and the t
The original student question: What steps should a company take to prepare employees for international assignments to help them succeed, and should the company also include spouses and family members in preparation for international assignments? Why or why not?
Comparing free trade policies and worldwide charitable contributions, which has done more to elevate the living conditions in impoverished third world countries? Defend your position. Please provide 2-3 references and about 500 words.
Please assist me with the following two discussion questions: 1. Research an industry (other than the Flat Screen TV industry) that has experienced globalization or may be a good candidate for globalization in the future and explain why you selected the industry. 2. Choose two countries (other than the U.S.) within the s
According to Gupta, Govindarajan, and Wang (2008), what are some reasons global teams fail? How might team members overcome communication barriers?
How is the global social progress being measured today? Name some indicators of development progress that you believe reasonably reflect actual progress. What roles do corporate citizens play in fostering global social progress? Provide examples and research to support your thinking.
Do you believe that businesses should adapt to the values of different cultures when making business transactions to gain market share or should they apply a universal set of standards?
Do you believe that businesses should adapt to the values of different cultures when making business transactions to gain market share or should they apply a universal set of standards? What should companies do when working in areas where there is such inequality? Can companies outside of the culture insist that the host countr
In regard to the statement, "The global economic situation, if not controlled at present, will continue in the future and diminish the capability of the United States and its businesses to compete at a global level" answer the following questions with 1-2 references. What do you think should be controlled? Why should it be c
In light of all the global changes, struggles and current economic issues (e.g., inflation, bailouts, etc), what are your thoughts about the global business situation and what effect do you believe it has on the current and future US economy and business?
In light of all the changes, struggles and current economy, what are your thoughts about the global environment and what effect do you believe it has on the current and future US economy and business?
What are the most immediate areas of risk involved in global expansion? Support your opinion.
I am having issues understanding crisis in public management with the government. I need to clearly understand the similarities/differences of outcomes and key initiatives of the National Performance Review and the Presidents Management Agenda. Also based on the concept in entrepreneurial government, out of those two do you
Can You Discuss how international business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce have been facilitated by the Internet and other technological advances as you explore the following questions: - What barriers to effective international business management has technology lowered? - How has technology cha
With all the problems facing companies that go global, why are so many companies choosing to expand internationally? What are the advantages of expanding beyond the domestic market?
Sometimes undesirable tactics for persuasion are used in international negotiations. What are some of these tactics? Text Book: Deresky, H. (2011). International management: Managing across borders and cultures (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall
In lieu of suspending operations, or withdrawing from the country, a MNC will usually take one of two routes to manage political risk: adaptation or dependency. What is adaptation? What is dependency? What are the four characteristics of adaption and dependency?
Discuss how education and health issues change the ease of doing business with Canada.
Choose a U.S. company, and research its international presence. Explain reasons why this company expanded into the global market.
what is the perspective of an international management consultant called in to advise a major organization about current issues affecting its ability to optimize operations in today's economy or changes needed to enhance operations management in the future, and providing details of an organization and its background.
Companies employ various strategies to integrate into a global market. How does a company apply global integrative strategies? One such integrative strategy is known as being "born global." How is a company "born global"?
This task is to explore and compare the influences of culture (religion, language, etc.) in conducting business in at least two of the following cultures: India, the Middle East, and Africa. Step 1: Research and find 2-4 articles related to the influence of culture on doing business in India, the Middle East, and/or Africa.
In the article "IKEA's Global Sourcing Challenge: Indian Rugs and Child Labor (A)" 1. Who are the stakeholders in this case? What are their values or rights? Are there any competing interests between stakeholders? Remember to include the shareholder as one of the stakeholders. 2. What are the national and global laws you