From the course outline: "In the 21st century it is important to understand how organizations function in a wide variety of global cultures and contexts. This course will focus on understanding cultural differences in behaviour in organizations. It will critically examine current research and theory in cross-cultural organizational behaviour, psychology and human resources management. In addition to providing students with a theoretical understanding of organizational behaviour in a cross-cultural context, students will also have an opportunity to develop culturally relevant interpersonal skills via a variety of exercises including role plays and case discussions."
Dr. Alana Butler
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