Globalism is alive and well and living a thriving life throughout the world. Having started businesses in 25 countries and done business in over 40 countries in 2 different industries, the benefits, profitability and the ability to create jobs in the United States became abundantly apparent. An analysis of business practices in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and the U.S. allow the student to understand the interrelationships that exist between business practices, repatriation of profits, global economics and politics. A full understanding of how repatriated profits leads to innovation and creativity in the U.S. and drives GDP and job growth in involved countries is a key element of this seminar.
Two-day seminar. Attendance Friday Evening and Saturday Day required.
Faculty: William Griffin
Graduate On-Ground Seminar: MNGT 5500 04
Undergraduate On-Ground Seminar: MNGT 3100 04
Advanced Registration Required:
Saturday, July 14 at 8:30am to 5:00pm
East Academic Building
545 Garden Ave. 63119