for International Business
Paper Guidelines ...
Author/Text: Charles Hill 10th
edition or 9th ed.
Charles W. L. Hill, University of Washington
ISBN: 9781259847189 (10th ed.) 9780078112911
Global Business Today
by Hill, Charles W. L.; Hult, G. Tomas M.
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Presentation, Quizzes and/or Essays (International Business - Powerpoint
on INTB Topic)
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Course Outline and PowerPoint Presentations
- Part One: Introduction and Overview
Part Two: National Differences
2: National Differences in Political, Economic, and Legal Systems
3: National Differences in Economic Development
4: Differences in Culture
5: Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Sustainability
Part Three: The Global Trade and Investment Environment
6: International Trade Theory
7: Government Policy and International Trade
8: Foreign Direct Investment
9: Regional Economic Integration
Part Four: The Global Money System
10: The Foreign Exchange Market
11: The International Monetary System
Part Five: The Strategy of International Business
12: The Strategy of International Business
13: Entering Foreign Markets
Part Six: International Business Functions
14: Exporting, Importing, and Countertrade
15: Global Production and Supply Chain Management
16: Global Marketing and Research and Development
17: Global Human Resource Management
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1) Assignment 1 -
Please Do a presentation on "Doing Business in ...." (Country)
Example or guideline for your presentation (Prezi, Youtube, Adobe or
A) Tell us about yourself and something unique about you (be creative);
B) tell us about the nation you researched (state, business environment,
world fact sheet, place on the map, captital city, language, culture,
fun facts or what seems to drive them, anything you find intersting);
C) perhaps look at their political economy (economy, politics and legal
- subjects from our class/book);
D) what about their culture (music, language, business etiquette, religion,
colors, values or belief, currency, etc...);
E) what does it mean to do business there (what are the top companies
[Small and midium] in the nation you are studying; any interesting stories,
or real interviews of poeple from that nation, etc..);
F) and for an A+ Extra credit - can you give
us some solid advice (important things to take away from your research/presentation)
basically what can we learn from your work to help us do business in
this other nation or at least give us advice to stay out of serious
trouble in this part of the world (cultural, legal, political or other).
Useful website Resources
- maybe? for your assignment.
Finally, remember that rules are??? you
got it... "There are no rules" Be creative, teach us some
of value and please have fun with this assignment...
2) Assignment 2 - Essay (Word Document or voice over Power Point, Prezi, Adobe Spark, YouTube, etc...)
As we mentioned in class, regional trading blocks are interesting and
important to many nations around the world both economically for prosperity
and politically for peace (getting along)!
NAFTA or now the new "USMCA" (US, Mexico and Canada Agreement)
is developing (what do you think about the new agreement):
About the USMCA: Tell us, what is interesting to you, what
is new or different in the agreement from decades before, do you think the agreement will
help or hurt the USA, will it help or hurt the three nations (what do you think) and then you, as an independent thinking student please compare the USMCA
in the business media. Use views/spin of the USA (media) both the liberals (left) and the conversatives (right)...
Please note many media types out there are spinning the USMCA for their cause, for making money,
for an audience, or to push some political agenda (as critical thinking students) look at the USMCA from at least two points of view and then compare. Finally, choose who you believe or who you tend to side with: Examples may be as follows: MSNBC, CNBC,
CNN, Fox News, Business Insider, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Business
Week, ABC, NBC, Fox, Facebook, etc...
3) Assignment 3 - Rewrite resubmit USMCA
4) Assignment 4- The Final Paper (optional digital presentation - voice over .ppt, prezi, you tube, abode spark or connect - websites, etc..) emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Final paper 10 page avg., 12 point font, double space, on international managment topic(s), a country/region of the world & some emphaisis on your potential future career
1) More about yourself... 1) Tell us about
your strengths and your perceived weaknesses (i.e. what you love about
yourself and what will work on about yourself i.e. I love my ability
to…, I will surround myself with people who complement my weaknesses...); you may also preintro with what you are truly passionate about (the type of work you may want to do for a career)...
2) Find a business (Company or Companies)/profession (in what field) /career (the employment title) type of work that you are passionate
about (love, think you might love, enjoy, think you might enjoy doing
someday) and tell us where in the world that type of business is thriving
or in what nation you might do that type of work (region) and how you
might get involved (making money, developing relationships, social media, or import/export,
anything interesting about your job and the country you will do it at,
3) Because we know that many businesses/multinational/Companies may not train
you to become an expatriate abroad; how might you go about training
yourself? Tell us about the foreign nation you will practice international
business in (culture, language, style, business etiquette, acculturation,
assimilation, basically how to behave and act to be successful, etc...) and give us ideas
about training ourselves to go there (websites, language software, interview of other that have gone to the country, study abroad programs, etc...)...
4) Please link your work to reality and give some
solid takeaways or advice in your paper in business or life (some travel
apps, ideas, do's and don'ts, etc...). What are your conclusions about the career and the region of the world that you studied...
Finally, as always "The Rules are"...
(You're right) There are no rules... Be creative... lead your own work...
(Make it fun, interesting, informative and of course, something
you will be proud of...
Optional: a digital media presentation!
5 to 9 slides 5 to 10 minutes. Prepare and formulate an advanced presentation using either .ppt, abode, prezi, you tube, websites, from class... It should include some of the following, but not limited to the information below:
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