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1 Chapter 13 International Human Relations
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2 Learning Objectives Define the term multinational enterprise and discuss four major reasons why companies become multinational enterprises. Identify the term culture and relate four basic dimensions of international culture. Discuss the value of country clusters in understanding the impact of culture in the international arena .
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3 Learning Objectives (contd.) Relate the ways in which culture affects work attitudes, motivation, and how people deal with time. Describe the ways in which cross-cultural training is used to prepare personnel to deal with international cultures.
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4 Multinational Enterprise … is a company headquartered in one country but having operations in two or more countries
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5 Table 13.1 The World’s Most Admired Companies (Top Ten) Rank Company Industry 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 General Electric Cisco Systems Microsoft Intel Wal-Mart Stores Sony Dell Computer Nokia Home Depot Toyota Motor Electronics, elec. equipment
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