You’ve decided it’s time to expand your business, and this won’t be just any expansion, it’s time to take it to the next level, it’s time to go global. You will learn more about the scientific and social significance of art, culture and heritage and will acquire in-depth knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of cultural policy, cultural education, and the management and marketing of arts and heritage.
Strategy; strategic management; policy deployment; performance management; service quality; retail banking; Chinese cultural values; regulation; balanced scorecards; public service; utilities; quality management tools; dynamic capabilities; global financial crisis; organisational effectiveness; Asia-Pacific management; health management.
Discussing foreign direct investment (FDI) of transnational corporations, Robert Pearce defines the global business environment as ‘the environment in different sovereign countries, with factors exogenous to the home environment of the organization, influencing decision making in resource use and capabilities.
But if you’re doing business internationally, as so many of us do in today’s interconnected world, there’s another set of standards your financial bookkeeper and part-time financial controller should know, as well: The International Financial Reporting Standards.
Combined with knowledge of the key characteristics of international business environments, and international strategy, you will be able to analyse major issues in international management and deal with the challenges of the global business environment.