INT 600 Milestone Three

INT 600 Milestone Three

Author: willi padro


Group members will build upon the work from the previous weeks, incorporating instructor feedback. This section of the paper will add in a chosen organizational structure for your multinational and the division in the country you have chosen, addressing the following areas:
Describe the importance of understanding culture in global business dealings
 Apply knowledge to determine the best strategies of expansion in global firms
 Examine different strategies that can be employed when dealing with human resource management (HRM) in a foreign division
 Discuss relationships between various multinational strategies and types of organizational structure
This section should be 2–3 pages of additional work, not including the previous sections. 
Groups will select one member to submit the following properly formatted APA paper:
Title page with names of all participating group members Introduction (from Milestone One) Socioeconomic and cultural factors (from Milestone Two) Barriers (from Milestone Two) SWOT – appendix (from Milestone Two) Organizational structure Reference page
Guidelines for Submission: Milestone Three must follow these formatting guidelines: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and discipline-appropriate citations (APA format). Page length requirements: 2–3 pages. 

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