With the increasing frequency of globalization mergers and acquisitions international projects are becoming more prevalent and approaching the norm for many organizations. This course addresses a wide range of international projects— based in different industries and multiple countries. It deals with cultural and social differences within firms; cultural and social differences among countries and within countries; languages and dialect variations; different management practices and structures; religious practices; legal regulatory and reporting requirements; technology and infrastructure differences in different regions; and time zone differences. Incorporates aspects of the framework processes and knowledge areas of the Project Management Institute.
International Project Management