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Comparative Management Culture
Faculty of Education and Business Studies
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Period for course registration: 2019-08-26--2019-09-01
Welcome to Comparative Management Culture!
This is a half-time course with a weight of 7, 5 ECTS credits. The course will run between week 36 and 45. The course is based on lectures, seminars with academic articles and case studies, in order to examine and compare management practices across countries and organizational environments. Comparative management looks at to what extent management principles are applicable from one business context to another and seek to understand the applicability of mainstream management know-how to other contexts. The course requires active participation in the form of discussion, presentation and written assignments.
Looking forward to meeting you all!
Olivia Kang and Daniella Fjellström
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