What Will Learn?
The course “Culture Issues in Management” will examine the relationship between culture and management, with an emphasis on workplace culture. We will discuss how culture affects the management of employees, including hiring and firing practices, compensation, and company policies. We will also discuss how this information can be used to improve a company’s bottom line by optimizing its employee retention rate.
This course provides an intellectual and experiential forum for developing the interpersonal-intercultural communication and interaction skills necessary for international managers and travelers. In a globalized world characterized by the integration of business and markets, as well as the increasing flow of people and capital around the world, the ability to work, manage and to communicate in culturally diverse settings has become an invaluable asset for college graduates of all majors and fields of personal and professional interests. This is a 4-credit-hour course and is allotted 6 weeks of time.
Culture Issues in Management
Cultural differences are the biggest challenge in the international business arena. Corporate managers must work with employees, customers, and clients from different countries and cultural backgrounds. You must develop the right skills for intercultural negotiations, communications, and other types of business interactions. That requires you to adapt to differences in various cultures without any setbacks.
Even if you plan to stay in your own country after you graduate from this course, you still need to understand management’s cultural issues. For example, the United States is a multicultural society in itself. You could remain in the United States and still come across citizens from several different cultural backgrounds or international clients and customers. In this case, your organization’s success will depend on whether you can manage diverse cultural issues without hesitation.
Culture Issues in Management is a required course of the Doctorate in Business Administration program at American International Theism University. This course provides an intellectual and experiential forum for developing the interpersonal-intercultural communication and interaction skills necessary for international managers and travelers.
Since the integration of international businesses and markets has stimulated the globalized world, the ability to work in culturally diverse settings has become an invaluable asset for all DBA graduates. Globalization is not slowing down as more people choose to immigrate to other countries for better employment opportunities. It will be invaluable to possess the right skills to accommodate these trends in globalization.
Cultural Issues in Management can be completed online in as little as six weeks. You’ll have access to advanced course material and instructors with many years of experience in culturally diverse business settings. They can help guide you along through the course and answer your questions whenever you have them. Once you’ve finished the course, you’ll have four credits added to your academic record for the DBA program.
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