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CSU BBA4426 Unit VI assessment

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Question 1;1.;Luthans and Doh (2012) discuss four imperatives which serve as common approaches to formulating and implementing international strategies. Briefly describe the economic imperative, political imperative, quality imperative, administrative coordination, and how international managers should use these approaches.;Your response should be at least 400 words in length. All sources used must be referenced, paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.;Answer;20 points;Question 2;1.;Luthans and Doh (2012) discuss strategies for emerging markets. Select one of the emerging strategies and write a short essay explaining why you believe it will or will not function effectively. If you choose to explain why a strategy will NOT function effectively, provide recommendations for improvements or recommendations for a new strategy.;Your response should be at least 500 words in length. All sources used must be referenced, paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.;Answer;30 points;Question 3;1.;Luthans and Doh (2012) discuss entry strategies and ownership structures. As an international manager, which entry strategy would you use for a banking organization? For context, select one of the BRIC countries. Briefly explain why.;Your response should be at least 200 words in length. All sources used must be referenced, paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.;Answer;20 points;Question 4;1.;Luthans and Doh (2012) discuss organizational characteristics of MNCs. Briefly describe a scenario where formalization is appropriate.;Your response should be at least 150 words in length. All sources used must be referenced, paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.;Answer;13 points;Question 5;1.;Match the following items to the correct answer option;Answer;Strategic management;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Economic imperative;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Political imperative;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Quality imperative;Read Answer Items for Question 5;National responsiveness;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Global strategy;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Multi-domestic strategy;Read Answer Items for Question 5;International strategy;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Transnational strategy;Read Answer Items for Question 5;International entrepreneurship;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Global product division;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Global area division;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Global functional division;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Mixed organization structure;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Transnational network structure;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Formalization;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Specialization;Read Answer Items for Question 5;Answer;A.;Integrated strategy based primarily on price competition.;B.;Strategic formulation and implementation utilizing strategies of total quality management to meet or exceed customers? expectations and continuously improve products or services.;C.;Strategic formulation and implementation utilizing strategies that are country-responsive and designed to protect local market niches.;D.;The need to understand the different consumer tastes in segmented regional markets and respond to different national standards and regulations imposed by autonomous governments and agencies.;E.;A worldwide strategy based on cost leadership, differentiation, and segmentation.;F.;An organizational characteristic that assigns individuals to specific, well-defined tasks.;G.;A multinational structural arrangement that combines elements of function, product, and geographic designs, while relying on a network arrangement to link worldwide subsidiaries.;H.;The process of determining an organization?s basic mission and long-term objectives, then implementing a plan of action for attaining these goals.;I.;A structure that organizes worldwide operations primarily based on function and secondarily on product.;J.;Mixed strategy combining low demand for integration and responsiveness.;K.;A structure that is a combination of a global product, area, or functional arrangement.;L.;The use of defined structures and systems in decision making, communicating, and controlling.;M.;Differentiated strategy emphasizing local adaptation;N.;A combination of innovative, proactive, and risk-seeking behavior that crosses national boundaries and is intended to create value in organizations.;O.;Integrated strategy emphasizing both global integration and local responsiveness.;P.;A structure under which global operations are organized on a geographic rather than a product basis.;Q.;A structural arrangement in which domestic divisions are given worldwide responsibility for product groups.

 

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