|Title||Leading in a Global Economy|
Course Description: The course aims at exposing students to the global environmental context and the type of leadership required to address important issues in the twenty first century. It will examine challenges associated with the development and implementation of globalization and leadership systems by exposing students to the global environmental context of today’s organizations, NGOs and educational institutions. It will provide an understanding of background definitions, history of contemporary globalization, and operational contexts facing international companies. Global security issues, international treaties and their impact on leadership will be discussed. The course will briefly touch on marketing, financial and human resource issues, emphasizing the connection to globalization, culture and leadership. Students will gain a solid foundation for accessing, analyzing, synthesizing and applying geographical, economical and managerial information to international strategic globalization issues as well as addressing pertinent national security and political issues associated with globalization. Students will use their own professional contexts (nonprofit, higher education, for profit, etc) to frame their learning about leadership in a global economy.
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