Assurance of learning exercise 11c does my university

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ASSURANCE OF LEARNING EXERCISE 11C: DOES MY UNIVERSITY RECRUIT IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES? ANSWER: To complete this exercise, students can use the website to select a country, and for AACSB information across countries, they can use ASSURANCE OF LEARNING EXERCISE 11D: ASSESS DIFFERENCES IN CULTURE ACROSS COUNTRIES ANSWER: Students may find the template below useful in completing this exercise. 1 st Interviewee 2 nd Interviewee 3 rd Interviewee 4 th Interviewee Interviewee Name Foreign Country Time spent in country Differences in speaking customs Differences in meeting customs Differences in meal customs Differences in relationship customs Differences in friendship customs Differences in
communication ASSURANCE OF LEARNING EXERCISE 11E: HOW WELL TRAVELED ARE BUSINESS STUDENTS AT MY UNIVERSITY? ANSWER: This is a great exercise to offer students for extra credit. Perhaps ask every student in class to complete this survey, and for extra credit, have a marketing major that has completed marketing research do the analyses and report back to the class his/her findings and conclusions. The ten survey questions listed in the textbook or this exercise are as follows: 1 How many states in the USA have you visited? 2 How many states in the USA have you lived in for at least three months? 3 How many countries outside the USA have you visited? 4 List the countries outside the USA that you have visited. 5 How many countries outside the USA have you lived in for at least three months? 6 List the countries outside the USA that you have lived in for at least three months. 7 To what extent do you feel that traveling across the USA can make a person a more effective businessperson? Use a 1-10 scale, where 1 is “Cannot make a difference” and 10 is “Can make a tremendous difference.” 8 To what extent do you feel that visiting countries outside the USA can make a person a more effective businessperson? Use a 1-10 scale, where 1 is “Cannot make a difference” and 10 is “Can make a tremendous difference.” 9 To what extent do you feel that living in another country can make a person a more effective businessperson? Use a 1-10 scale, where 1 is “Cannot make a difference” and 10 is “Can make a tremendous difference.” 10 What three important ways do you feel that traveling or living outside the USA would be helpful to a person in being a more effective businessperson? Answers to End-of-Chapter 11 Mini-Case Questions 1. How does a company such as Domino’s decide what countries to begin operating in next? Answer: As presented and discussed in Chapter 11, nearly fifty factors impact this decision, ranging from political stability of countries to infrastructure, tax rates, unemployment rates, availability of resources, and nature of competition.
2. How concerned should Domino’s be about rising commodity prices?

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