This course demonstrates how to analyze the benefits of using resources abroad to reduce the workload and improve costs of international business by considering which business procedures should and shouldn't be outsourced. You will also explore U.S. importing regulations and the effects they can have on decision-making.
Visit the many corners of the globe where Central is working to widen the scope of their market reach and learn how to grow and sustain business performance in a globalized economy! Working alongside the International team, address the common functions of market analysis, exporting, sourcing, direct foreign investment, and cross-cultural management while exploring more delicate facets, like handling different cultures and customs from a business perspective.
A new marketing plan for Lion Industries is in the works between Winston Randolph’s top employees, and each has their own idea for which strategy the company should employ. Meanwhile, C.A.T. is continuing to look toward their future in order to plan their marketing methods and strategy. Take a look at the goals of each team as you venture on a forecasting journey with Sophie, a fellow student.
A company's operational strategy can either make or break the business. Join Sophie, a fellow intern, as you take a look at past failures which led to the downfall of Lion Industries. Then, jump to the future to observe the early successes of a Central Products' subsidiary.
SHRM: VTR is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP professional development credits (PDCs). This program is valid for 2 PDCs. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org.