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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter 8: Chapter 8 The Future of the Transnational - An Evolving Global Role

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The future of the transnational: an evolving global role. Mnes got a bad rep by poor countries that they were exploiting the world and getting richer.
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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter 7: Chapter 7 Implementing the Strategy - Building Multidimensional Capabilities

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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Risk Management, Performance Management, Legal Personality

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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 Creating Worldwide Innovation and Learning - Exploiting Cross-Border Knowledge Management

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23 Jun 2018
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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Laundry Detergent

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23 Jun 2018
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Bu491 chapter 4 developing a transnational organization: managing. Companies looked for a way they could organize their company so that it was best ali
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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Tesla Model S, Air Canada, Factor Cost

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22 Jun 2018
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Bu491 chapter 3 developing transnational strategies: building layers of competitive advantage. The goal of an mne is to exploit: scale economies, natio
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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Transnationality, Consumerism

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22 Jun 2018
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WLUBU491Prescott EnsignSpring

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Multinational Corporation

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21 Jun 2018
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Bu491 chapter 1 expanding abroad: motivations, means, and mentalities. Opening up to a global market provides you with new opportunities and lower cost
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WLUBU415Theresa MarconFall

BU415 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: It Risk Management, Phishing, Human Capital

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20 Nov 2017
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WLUBU481Karin SchnarrFall

BU481 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Piece Work

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30 Oct 2017
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WLUBU481Karin SchnarrFall

BU481 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Decision-Making, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sunk Costs

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25 Oct 2017
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WLUBU481Karin SchnarrFall

BU481 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Southwest Airlines, Social Complexity, Birds Eye View

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24 Oct 2017
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 - Innovation and Change

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29 Jul 2017
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Innovate or perish: the strategic role of change: many orgs are adapting to change through horizontal structures and self-directed teams. Includes know
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Sequential Logic, Satisficing, Bounded Rationality

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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter 9: Chapter 9 - Organization Culture and Ethical Values

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28 Jul 2017
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Airbus, Joint Venture, Factors Of Production

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27 Jul 2017
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Chapter 6 designing organizations for the international. Environment: going international is becoming very important these days for large companies who
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Incident Command System, Decision-Making

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27 Jul 2017
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Chapter 8 organization size, life cycles, and decline. It"s (cid:271)asi(cid:272)ally a massive company with a startup feel. Informal structure but som
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Uptodate, Organizational Culture, Coevolution

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29 May 2017
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A business can cut across typical boundary lines by forming relationships with other businesses: they create these ecosystems with suppliers, etc. The
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Interlocking Directorate, W. M. Keck Observatory, Joint Venture

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29 May 2017
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Toothpaste, Railways Act 1921, Organizational Chart

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24 May 2017
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WLUBU398Karen Mac MillanSpring

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Kodak, Customer Retention, Organizational Culture

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23 May 2017
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Chapter 2 strategy, organizational design, and effectiveness. Top managers are responsible for determining the org"s goals, strategy, and design: shape
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter 14: Textbook - Chapter 14 Occupational Health and Safety

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31 Jul 2016
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter 12: Textbook - Chapter 12 Pay for Performance and Financial Incentives

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31 Jul 2016
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In order to attain motivated employees, use both fixed pay and variable pay (i. e. base pay and then paid for performance beyond that: usually paid in
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter 13: Textbook - Chapter 13 Employee Benefits and Services

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31 Jul 2016
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Employee benefits and services indirect financial payments that an employee receives during his or her employment with an employer: i. e. time off with
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Capitalism, Macromedia Homesite, Recognition Of Prior Learning

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28 Jul 2016
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Workforce mobility focus on managing the recruitment, relocation, and retention of employees who complete work-related tasks and activities outside of
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WLUBU352Greg TanguaySpring

BU352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: New Product Development

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28 Jul 2016
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WLUBU352Greg TanguaySpring

BU352 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Tiffany & Co., Pricing Strategies, Blu-Ray

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28 Jul 2016
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Chapter 11 - pricing concepts and strategies: establishing. Price = the overall sacrifice a consumer is willing to make to acquire a specific product o
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Job Evaluation, Subfactor, Prevailing Wage

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23 Jun 2016
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Total employment rewards integrated package of all rewards gained by employees arising from their employment: this is everything that the employee valu
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Central Tendency, Performance Appraisal, Performance Improvement

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23 Jun 2016
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Union Representative, Balanced Scorecard, Swot Analysis

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13 Jun 2016
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Chapter 1 the strategic role of hrm. Hrm = management of people in organizations. Involves formulating and implementing hrm systems (recruitment, perfo
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WLUBU352Greg TanguaySpring

BU352 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Consumerism

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11 Jun 2016
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Chapter 18 ethics and socially responsible marketing. Marketing activities are directly in the eye of the public which is why we have to focus on ethic
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WLUBU352Greg TanguaySpring

BU352 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operational Excellence, Customer Service, Marketing Mix

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11 Jun 2016
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Chapter 2 developing marketing strategies and a. Identifies: a firm"s target markets, related marketing mix (the 4 ps, bases upon the firm plans to bui
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Performance Appraisal, Job Performance, Espn Bottomline

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6 Jun 2016
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Orienting = long-term, continuous socialization process in which employee and employer expectations or obligations are considered. Training = short-ter
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WLUBU352Greg TanguaySpring

BU352 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Business Marketing, Retail, Marketing Mix

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6 Jun 2016
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B2b marketing sell to businesses instead of consumers: usually these are products that are bought to be used in the production of other product. Manufa
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WLUBU352Greg TanguaySpring

BU352 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Tim Hortons, Decision Rule, Customer Satisfaction

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5 Jun 2016
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The consumer decision process: need recognition i. e. the moment you realize you"re hungry. Functional need you care about the actual performance of th
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Visible Minority, Impulsivity, Personality Test

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31 May 2016
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After recruiting people need to select them. Your new hires will be making strategic decisions so it"s important to hire the right talent that fits wit
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Employer Branding, Human Resources, Visible Minority

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24 May 2016
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Chapter 6 the strategic importance of recruitment. Marketing yourself as a good company to work for, to make future recruitment easier and result in be
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Job Rotation, Job Enrichment

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19 May 2016
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WLUBU354Nashifa CarterSpring

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Delphi Method, Nominal Group Technique, Scatter Plot

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19 May 2016
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Forecasting the amount of future hr requirements to meet the needs of the organization. Makes sure you have the right workers with the right skills at
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WLUBU352Greg TanguaySpring

BU352 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Consumerism, Social Movement

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17 May 2016
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Chapter 18 ethics and socially responsible marketing. Marketing activities are directly in the eye of the public which is why we have to focus on ethic
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