International Management Sample Paper

International Management Sample Paper - B lezoo LLC MAN...

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Blezoo LLC MAN 4600 - 0001 International Management Ms. Lauryn Migenes April 12, 2011
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Table of Contents ~art ()Ile ••••••••••••.••.••.••••.••••••.•••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1 Introduction .......................................................................... . 2 Brazil 9 lIistory .......................................................................................... . 9 CustORlS and Culture ......................................................................... . 9 ~tltics ..•••...••...•••••••.•.••.•.••.••••.••.•.••.•.•..• .... ..... •.••.•.••.••••••••..••.•••••••.•• 11 Political, Legal, and Regulatory Environment ••.•..•.•.••.••.••••.••••.••••.••••••••••• 12 Economic Environment ...................................................................... . 13 Technological Environment ................................................................. . 14 Conclusion 23 ii
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Part Two ............................................................................. 29 Introduction .......................................................................... 30 Human Resources / Organizational Behavior .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Organizational Structure .......................................................... Leadership Style .................................................................. ... Recruitment and Selection ......................................................... Works Cited. . . .. .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. / 32 36 42 46 49 iii
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Part 1 Argentina -::; Brazil -::; Colombia Paper ID: 171751271 1
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1111 rodul'liol1 We are Team Ouzo and the purpose of this paper is to research Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia to then choose the best country out of those three for Blezoo LLC to enter. We will tailor our research to cover the needs asked by Blezoo. Team Ouzo will cover the history, customs and culture, ethics, political and legal environment, economic environment, and technological environment of each country. After carefully reviewing the research, one of the researched countries will be chosen as the best candidate for Blezoo's expansion into Latin America. 2
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ARGENTINA lIislon Like many Latin American countries, Argentina was first settled by Europeans in the 1500s when the Spanish established colonies introducing their religion and language. It was not until July 9, 1816, with national hero Gen. Jose de San Martin playing a "revered" role, that Argentina declared its independence from Spain (U.S. Department of State). According to the U.S. State Department's website, the "two forces [that] create the modem Argentine nation in the late 19 th century [are] the introduction of modem agricultural techniques and integration of Argentina into the world economy" (U.S. Department of State). During this time, a wave of immigrants from Europe, specifically Germany and Italy, brought foreign investment that supported infrastructure and significantly boosted the economy. After playing a significant part as an army colonel in the 1943 coup that overthrew the Conservative government, Juan Domingo Peron went on to become president in 1946. Thanks to the public support assembled by his wife, Evita, Peron was able to nationalize industries and to "pursue policies aimed at empowering the working class and greatly expand the number of unionized workers" (U.S. Department of State). After many years of governments being overthrown, followed by social and economic instability under military governments, democracy returned in 1983. Since then, the governments elected in have focused most of their efforts on fighting inflation and raising the economy.
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