IBUS 6430 3.00
|Title||INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STRATEGY|
This course examines the development of the international enterprise (large and small) in the global economy, focusing on the evolving strategies and structures and the similarities and differences between American, European, Japanese and Canadian enterprises. The course identifies domestic and international environmental constraints and their influence on the operating performance of the enterprises in different countries, both developed and developing. The adaptation of basic managerial functions to these different environmental constraints is considered.
Prerequisite: SB/SGMT 6000