Tony Brown, Director of European Internships at Brigham Young University, teaches how to make an effective and sustainable model for directing internships.
Greg Burton describes his Mergers and Acquisitions Framework; discussing cultural differences and how they impact M&As, like Microsoft and Nokia.
How to conduct a PEST analysis for your company and help you determine the risks and opportunities associated with entering a foreign market.
Tony Brown, Director of European Internships at Brigham Young University, discusses concepts from a course aimed at helping prepare students for their international internships.
To effectively lead teams, managers should use the RAP framework: (R) Recognize and Review, (A) Align for Performance, and (P) Provide Purpose.
Sabrina Rubli, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Femme International, speaks about her work to provide women and girls with an understanding of their bodies and the tools they need to stay in school and reach their potential.
Mike Hoer briefly explains four different types of international careers: Green Beret, Traditional, Frequent Flier, and Home Country Expert.
The Human Resources Ecosystems Framework uses 4 subsystems of alignment: strategy, workforce, capabilities, and culture. For international companies, HR strategies need to align both internally and externally.
Gregory Newell discusses how businesses in the United States have certain advantages in today's global market.