The progression of trade from localized communities, regional enclaves and international markets has been increasing in frequency and complexity. Driving this behavior is the demand for goods and services and the increased ability to manage and communicate (i.e. the Internet). The international management of processes, people and assets is required for all managers in order to be more successful as globalization continues to evolve and residually impact even the smallest of companies.
The course will provide current business managers theories and practices about the international business environment and context in order to drive competent application through globally relevant decision-making skills.