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A Reflection On Management Course

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A Reflection on Management Course
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Institution Affiliation
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Course Code and Name
Date of Submission

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The impact of cultural background on human resource management is one of the things
I've learned from the course. People are rooted in particular national-level cultures, and their
cultural direction is influenced and expressed by both motivational and cognitive processes at the
personal level. In this respect, particular choices on human resource management strategies
should be motivated by a desire to develop a clear organizational culture and deliver excellent
results rather than a determination to attain cultural fit. Additionally, the analysis of cultural
features allows one to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and others. As a result, common
values, ideals, and norms emerge, which will aid global companies in gaining a competitive
edge.
I have also learned that one of these key strategies are available in global business
management strategy: a global strategy in an indistinguishable manner, in which all processes
and events are handled in a similar manner around the world; a regional strategy in which tasks
and initiatives are tailored to regional needs; a local strategy in which a corporation's actions are
designed to the requirements of specific countries. In global management strategy, global
strategies can be a feasible cost-cutting approach. The companies can generate economies of
scale and opportunity by applying management principles and processes for every market it
occupies. The multinational organization will polish the international business environment for
possibilities and grow in those places where there is a promise. It will also execute those
activities globally, in relation to where the most benefit is produced.
One important learning experience of the course is ethics and social responsibility in
international management. Leaders and employees are more aware of how they can operate if
they pay attention to ethics in the work environment. Perhaps most importantly, paying much
attention to workplace ethics ensures that managers and employers maintain a firm sense of right

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1 A Reflection on Management Course Student Name Institution Affiliation Professor’s Name Course Code and Name Date of Submission 2 The impact of cultural background on human resource management is one of the things I've learned from the course. People are rooted in particular national-level cultures, and their cultural direction is influenced and expressed by both motivational and cognitive processes at the personal level. In this respect, particular choices on human resource management strategies should be motivated by a desire to develop a clear organizational culture and deliver excellent results rather than a determination to attain cultural fit. Additionally, the analysis of cultural features allows one to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and others. As a result, common values, ideals, and norms emerge, which will aid global companies in gaining a competitive edge. I ...
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