Nantes, France

International Organizational Behavior

when 24 June 2024 - 28 June 2024
language English
duration 1 week
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 600

This course focuses on understanding and managing organizational behavior in a global context. In a global market, it is imperative that current and future organizational managers better understand how to successfully manage business across cultures and effectively lead a global workforce.
Conceptual frameworks of organizational behavior and culture will be discussed combined with practical advice for navigating cultural differences in the workplace. Participants will gain new insights on how to understand and interpret behavior, thereby enabling them to effectively manage global challenges.

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Course leader

Dr. Vinod Vincent, SPHR, SHRM-SCP is the Graduate Programs Director and Associate Professor of Management at the Clayton State University’s College of Business, based in the USA.

Target group

Upper-undergraduate & Graduate students
Young professionals welcome.

Course aim

• Identify global challenges in doing business and managing talent
• Recognize global strategies for multinational firms
• Apply Hofstede’s cultural framework in global business
• Explain how culture shapes work-related perceptions
• Know how to combat cultural stereotyping
• Understand how to effectively communicate, manage conflict and negotiate in a global business
• Explain motivational theories and how to apply them in global business

Credits info

4 EC
4 ECTS / 2 US

Fee info

EUR 600: Tuition fee: 700€ for free movers. 100€ discount on tuition fee if you complete your application before March 15, 2024.
No tuition fees for students nominated by a partner university.
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EUR 100: Admin fees: 100€ for all students (non refundable)