Group members will choose one of the following countries to research. Each group should submit the country to be researched and the members and the work each member will be doing by January 31st. 5 Points will be deducted for late submission.
Mexico we have selected MEXICO
a. You will identify the cultural values of the country and why these values are important.
b. You will determine events that occurred in the history of this culture (its political history, economic history, demographic composition, geography, etc.) that influenced its values.
Having identified these values and events you will determine how to manage and do business in the country.
You will incorporate some topics covered in the course (for example – communication, negotiation, leadership, human resource selection and development etc.) in your report.
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