The Increasing Internationalization of the International Business Classroom: Cultural and Generational Considerations Case Solution

This article examines the dynamic demographics of the international business class in the five English-speaking countries: USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. The figures show that entrepreneurship education is increasingly international, and the countries of origin of students in international trade are changing. Cultural impacts of the increasing internationalization of business education-as well as international issues of expectations of generations of experience-are considered class, the advantages and challenges of greater cultural diversity in the classroom are discussed, and practical suggestions for instructors who teach in future classrooms are detailed international trade.
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Amanda E. K. Budde-Sung
Source: Business Horizons
9 pages.
Release: July 15, 2011. Prod #: BH443-PDF-ENG
The growing internationalization of the world-class business: Cultural Considerations and Case Generation Solution

The Increasing Internationalization of the International Business Classroom: Cultural and Generational Considerations Case Solution
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