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BUS 465 A - International Management: Home

A guide to resources for the Team Project in BUS 465

International Management

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Project Description

This team project consists of a written team paper due during finals week and a final presentation that will take place during our class time at the very end of the semester. The written paper should be a minimum of twenty-five pages, double spaced typed with one-inch margins. The paper should include a cover sheet, an ending reference list, and citations throughout the body of the paper. Please note that the cover sheet and reference list do not count towards the page minimum. You should use a minimum of twenty-five outside sources and the citations in the body of your paper should be created using APA style, 7th edition.

Each project team will choose a topic related to the field of International Management. You can choose a topic that your entire team finds interesting after reviewing the textbook’s table of contents. Another option is to pick a country or region and/or company and discuss relevant International Management concepts and topics that relate. You could also choose one or more International Management topics and then compare how two or more countries or companies handle that topic. You can approach this paper in a variety of ways. Just make sure to select something that your entire team finds interesting.

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