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Managing People Coursework: What is an Expatriate?

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  • Post Date 2018-11-05T11:44:43+00:00
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Managing People Coursework: What is an Expatriate?

Managing People Coursework: What is an Expatriate?

INSTRUCTIONS:

1.What is an expatriate? If you were an expatriate that is also a manager, would you need to know about managing people that you know absolutely nothing about? How would you learn? Is it possible to be an expatriate in your own country? Please explain.
2.identify a business that may operate well in one country but fail in another because of cultural differences. Share your comparisons and contrasts and also provide supportive references.
3.Describe how politics impact management across cultures.
4.Now that the BP Oil Spill has settled over the past few years, please discuss at least one ethical issue and one legal issue associated with the spill. Describe any cross cultural management implications associated with the spill. Please support your answer with academic and or legal resources.
5.In the Smith et al. (2012) article, the authors describe three (3) meta-skills managers need for social enterprises to succeed in business: (1) acceptance, (2) differentiation, and (3) integration (see p. 468 - 474 and discussion on p. 474). Briefly describe these three meta-skills and how they apply, or not, to the organization in your Signature Assignment
Smith, W. et al. (2012). A Paradoxical Leadership Model for Social Entrepreneurs: Challenges, Leadership Skills, and Pedagogical Tools for Managing Social and Commercial Demands. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 11(3), 463-478. Retrieved from EBSCO multi-search database
6. You have created an energetic “social mission committee” and developed a plan to assist. Later, you receive a phone call informing you that you must ensure you are not violating human rights in your effort to assist. Review the human rights links from the reading and background materials and other external sources as applicable. Share with us any human rights implications managers in your organization should take into consideration in developing the social mission plan. 
• Amnesty International: Business and Human Rights. Retrieved from http://www.amnesty.org/en/business-and-human-rights 
• Institute for Human Rights and Business: http://www.ihrb.org/?gclid=CI2QrKvj-7oCFUho7AodjGgAEQ
7. Based on concepts you have learned throughout this course, discuss at least one area that stands out the most, which you plan to address in your signature assignment. 
• Developing global leaders. Retrieved from http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/leading_in_the_21st_century/developing_global_leaders
• Managing Tomorrow’s People: The Future of Work to 2020. Retrieved from: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/managing-tomorrows-people/future-of-work/pdf/mtp-future-of-work.pdf
8. Please provide any tips, links, or useful information that can help us with researching management across cultures.

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Coursework Name Course Instructor Date 1] Expatriates An expatriate is a foreign worker in another country, who has no citizenship but is allowed to work there, and at times sponsored by a company or organization from their home country. While managing other people as an expatriate I would like to understand how the people communicate, relate and understand contacts. It is possible to learn through observation, but also looking at the labor laws, political, and legal structure of the foreign country, as this informs decisions on business practices. Where possible, asking local advice and intermediaries may be necessary to minimize misunderstandings. An American is an expatriate when they are working abroad and not in the home country, but Americans may give up their U.S. citizenship. 2] Business and cultural differences Because of cultural and religious differences in India, the beef industry would not thrive

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