INBA 4872 Managing a Global Workforce
3 semester hours
This course helps students recognize important human resource management (IHRM) issues underlying current international and global business conditions, as well as understand key IHRM challenges and practices (e.g., cross-cultural management, managing international assignments, global talent management) relevant to effective strategic management and business development in important countries and regions of the global economy. In addition, personal competencies and international issues are examined that are relevant to students’ own future careers within the global workforce.
(See MGMT 4672 .)
Prerequisites: BADM 1040 with a grade of C (2.0) or better, INBA 3810 , MGMT 3610 .