MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 6.02 GB | Duration: 6h 1m
What you’ll learn
Understanding of cultural differences in the world
Understanding of the differences in preferred leadership styles across countries
Understanding of the differences in management styles in different countries
What are the different tools and techniques for understanding the culture of different countries
How to compare the cultures of different countries using easy tools
How to manage international business in a multicultural environment
How to manage the cultural integration of two merged companies from different countries
A general knowledge of international business and business management will be helpful
Have some international exposure
Do you know the cost of failure of cross-cultural awareness and lack of cross-cultural competence? The cost for cultural integration of Upjohn Pharmaceutical Company of USA to integrate the newly acquired company (in 1995), Pharmacia of Sweden was close to 1 Bn $ almost 300 Million $ above expectations. Despite such huge costs the company disintegrated and vanished from the world market within a decade of the merger.
When handled properly world cultural diversity can be converted to the key success factor of a business. The world of business requires knowledgeable culturally competent cross-cultural management professionals. This course is the first such course in the world on the online platform which boasts of super simple ideas, models, and theories that can significantly improve the cultural awareness and cultural competency of the entire workforce of your global business organization. In addition, the course provides invaluable tools, tips, and techniques to conquer the business world of multicultural differences, unique beliefs, norms, and values.
The broad topics covered in this course include
1. Understanding World Cultures
2. Understanding Management Styles in Different countries
3. Understanding different leadership styles preferred in different countries.
4. Basic cross-cultural differences models and tools to understand cultural differences, like Hofstede’s Model, Globe Study, Cultural adaptation model, etc.
5. Basic cross-cultural management theories
Case Studies Included in this course include
1. Merger of Pharmacia of Sweden with Upjohn of USA
2. Failure of Vodafone in Japan
3. Exports of Tuna from India to Japan
About the instructor
Dr. Vijesh Jain, instructor of this course is a Harvard University, BITS, IIFT, BIMTECH, University of Mysore alumnus with more than 30 years of global industry, research, and training career with global countries in different countries. He has written several books on cross-cultural management and international business. His research papers in international journals and research platforms, international conferences have been consistently appreciated and quoted in research worldwide. Having dealt with more than 28 countries with 100’s overseas clients, Dr. Jain has practical cross-cultural management experience. He has also worked as the Director in reputed B Schools, at different places.
Who this course is for:
Any international business management student at graduate or higher level
Global business managers
International business practitioners
Exporters and importers of all types
People working in a multicultural environment
Global Digital Marketers