In this module, you learned about the following MNC organizational structures: Domestic structure plus export department Domestic structure plus foreign subsidiary Global structure Global functional structure Global product structure Research the Internet to cite an
Based on your experience with the activity, address the following questions: Suppose you were asked to design a sales curriculum for a large multinational corporation instead of a brick and mortar school. Identify the critical decision makers What responsibility does each decision maker have in the design, development, an
You are representing a Japanese parent company setting up a new international joint venture (IJV) in Sweden. There has been some debate over the type of control system the company should use. Task: Present a top-level business plan to the parent company's executive board delineating a set of controls and monitoring systems fo
What is meant by a multinational corporation (MNC)? Give 2 examples of MNCs that are U.S. based, and 2 that are based elsewhere but operate in the U.S. The world of international business and management changes quickly. Discuss 2 actions that managers might take to stay well informed.
As training director of a U.S. based IHRM program, what do you feel would be the three most important areas that should be included in a program for training expatriate managers who will be sent to developing countries where English is not a primary language?
Assume I am an intern such as a business assistant for a company while I am in school. I need to prepare a journal as below: 1. Write a report about project manager's customers is and why they need to pay attentions for their needs. The outcome will impact their success in their organizations. 2. Write a report about the
Read the Case Study entitled, Cross-Cultural Conflicts in the Corning-Vitro Joint Venture on pages 222-223. Then, answer the Questions for Review at the end of the case. The case is provided on the following link, please answer the questions provided at the end of the case: http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/29067842/806832098
Discussion Topic: Business Ethics: Contracts with foreign businesses In this Discussion Question, you are the owner of a manufacturing company, and you are considering a contract with a clothes manufacturer in India. Please address the following in your response: 1- In reflecting on the limited international
1) Get annual reports for Honda and GM and see how many plants they have worldwide.. How many do they have in Brazil, India, China, and Russia... We can then make comparison to toyota.. 2) Exactly how much have sales (number of units and / or revenue) has slipped for Toyota and Honda this year vs last year... 3) Get
Consider the following scenario: PPQ Parts has determined that for the company to expand globally over the next several years, its managers must be properly trained in multiculturalism and diversity management. PPQ Parts executives must be aware of any political and economic concerns that may arise during the expansion.
Compare and contrast decentralized infrastructure and centralized infrastructure. When is each most appropriate?
Compare and contrast decentralized infrastructure and centralized infrastructure. When is each most appropriate? 270 words, one references
Corporate Social Responsibility - Should I care? If it's good for me-- well, that's good enough for me. Should corporations adopt policies of social responsibility? Are multinational corporations free from moral obligations? Are profits the only business of business? Do Consumers need a credit card Bill of Rights? I
Discuss tax fraud as it relates to individuals and businesses. 1,727 words plus references
What strategy should a multinational company use to fit in with the cultural environment for international businesses in Croatia? Thank you in advance for all of your help!
In what ways is Oracle seeking to create value from its acquisitions?
1) Why is developing transnational knowledge important? What is a global mindset? Provide examples. 200 words, one reference
Explain what cultural barriers and diversity issues are commonly encountered by international/multinational (MNC) and global organizations.
Insights of institutional theory which produces evidence that national culture affects how organizations are structured, and is amplified in multi-national corporations.
Write on one key insight of institutional theory which produces evidence that "national culture" affects how organizations are structured. Explain how these phenomena are amplified in multinational organizations.
A firm has a cash conversion cycle of 120 days, an average collection period of 25 days, and an average period of 50 days. The firm's average age of inventory is ___days. a. 45 b. 95 c. 125 d. 145 The beta of the market a. is greater then 1. b. is less than 1. c. is 1. d. can not be determined. All of the
Review the job listings at a multinational organization. Write a paper in which you address the following for: IBM: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/us/en/; http://www.ibm.com/ibm/values/us/ Use the listing below as headings in your papers. o Outline the recruitment strategies the organization uses. o Explain how the org
MNCs from emerging markets (India, China, Brazil) are beginning to challenge the dominance of developed country MNCs. How might MNCs from North America, Europe, and Japan respond to these challenges?
What issues should an organization consider when placing potential employees into positions in a multinational organization? Why? How might the placement of home and host country employees affect the organization's operations?
Cracking Down on Bribery for Business On January 19, 2007, the managers of seven multinational corporations operating in China received some bad news: the Shanghai police announced the rest of 22 business people on suspicion of bribery. Shady deals are nothing new in China-the country's complex anti-bribery laws a
1. Spoilage can be a significant cost for many organizations. Discuss when spoilage might happen and how the costs of normal spoilage get allocated. 2. A quality improvement program is very costly to implement across a large corporation. Why do they do it? Explain. 3. Discuss the issues and complications that may arise whe
Why do socioeconomic classes represent another aspect of diversity affecting North American identities? Should multinational companies comply with and enforce US laws only, or should they align their operations with international laws?
About 50% of the world population (about 3 billion out of 6 bn) live with less than two dollars a day...that includes food, shelter, clothing, entertainment, medicine, education etc. Large populations in sub-Saharan Africa live with less than one dollar a day. These countries require at least basic computers, health services,
A major producer of plastics in the United States is about to expand its business. As part of this expansion, it will begin to sell its products in Europe and Asia. In addition, it plans to open a plant in Asia. Jerry, the President and CEO, is concerned; he has heard many stories of companies that have tried to expand globally
Please help I am stuck on case questions. Included is the case study, and questions. Answers need to be around 1 to 2 paragraphs long depending on the answer, could be 3. Questions 1. From Johannes' point of view, what was his intention in sending the email? 2. What was the effect of his editing the email to "stick to
Write about joint ventures using one Internet site of any multinational corporation to demonstrate their particular involvement in this area.
Analyze the human capital of Sony, i.e., the organizational culture, philosophy and composition of the top management team, international mentality (e.g., ethnocentric vs. geocentric), personnel solutions for international operations, role of country managers, etc. Analyze the MNC and its subsidiary from an international managem