Look Wide: The Impact of Global Business in Professional Education

Harrison, Rob
June 2006
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jun/Jul2006, Issue 53, preceding p2
Academic Journal
The article discusses professional studies for Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses and their implications for global business in continuing education. The author presents several issues to be addressed upon developing cross-cultural relationships and dealing international business. He provides key strategies towards successful global business operations. The writer stresses the significance of the role of administrative managers in implementing these strategies to ensure business success in the global marketplace.


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