Efficient project management across national borders.
Project management knowledge areas (time, risk, cost, etc.) and culture, interfacing and working with virtual teams, procurement (off-shoring, near-shoring). Theoretical foundations required to build the necessary critical thinking and appreciation needed for practical application that cover the following subject matter: fundamentals of Project Management and associated knowledge areas (risk, cost, time, etc.); fundamentals of Cross-Cultural Management relative to the findings of various cultural anthropologists and The Globe Project (Hall, Hofstede, Trompenaars, Molinsky, etc.). Discussion centres on the cultural work ethic, perception of time, business behaviours, as well as the ad-hoc cultural components of language and religion.
Individuals who are required to manage projects or are employed as members of a project team with intercultural/international components. Managers (in)directly involved in the project such as corporate sponsors or other stakeholders.
Dr. Richard Brunet-Thornton, FRSA, MIM, MBA, PhD is a member of the Department of Management, Faculty of Business Administration of the University of Economics, Prague. He is also Managing Director of the Cross-Cultural Management Centre and Executive Consultant of the Centre for Digital Transformation.
certificate, course materials, lunch and refreshments
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