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This chapter explains the elements of International Business Management. It gives a sound understanding of factors such as Political and Economic Environment, Legal Environment, and Technological Environment. Also, it covers the effects of Regional Trading Blocks, Information Technology, The Globalization of Human Capital, The Global Manager’s Role

The Global Business Environment Regional Trading Blocks Information Technology The Globalization of Human Capital The Global Manager’s Role The Political and Economic Environment The Legal Environment The Technological Environment

I. The Global Business Environment A. Global management Global management is the process of developing strategies, designing and operating systems, and working with people around the world to ensure sustained competitive advantage. 1. Globalism “Global competition characterized by networks that bind countries, institutions and people in an interdependent global economy.” 2. Evidence/Indicators of Globalism The growth rate of the trade of goods has grown faster than the world production of goods. The European Union has now caught up with the United States to share the position of the world’s largest investor.

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3. Globalism Strategy Global companies are becoming less tied to specific locations and their operations and allies are spreading around the world as they source and coordinate resources and activities wherever needed. Companies that desire to remain competitive will have to develop a cadre of experienced international managers. 4. Small companies are also affected by and, in turn,…...

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