Cross-cultural Mgt&Leadership in Globalized World (CMLG)

Course description



The aim of this course is to understand the new trends and approaches in the academic areas of cross-cultural management and leadership. Focus is placed on an integration of the emerging approaches in the age of globalization. Culture, globalization, emerging markets, and East-West integration are among the important issues in the larger background of the course.


Intended Learning Outcomes

Intended learning outcomes On successful completion of the course students should be able to demonstrate a solid command of key concepts and theories in the course literature. More specifically, students should be able to: Knowledge and understanding.


1. Describe, compare, and contrast key concepts and theories in cross-cultural management, leadership, and globalization in a systematic manner.


2. Reflect upon the significance of the relevant concepts and theories in globalized cross-cultural world of business.


Skills and abilities


3. Critically analyse key concepts and theories in cross-cultural management and globalization.


4. Apply relevant concepts and theories to analyse empirical phenomena. Judgment and approach:


5. Evaluate the significance of the relevant concepts and theories in globalized cross-cultural world of business.


6. Critically review and reflect about scholarly contributions in cross-cultural management, leadership, and globalization.

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Course title:
Cross-cultural Mgt&Leadership in Globalized World
Semester: Autumn term 2018
Study period: 4
Rate of studies: 100%
Level: Graduate level (second cycle)
Credits: 7.5
Language of instruction: English

Course code: fe5242

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Course coordinator:
Lotta Sondell
Head of course:
Tony Fang
Examiner:
Tony Fang
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