Intercultural differences have a great influence on management decisions and outcomes. For managers, intercultural competence is one of the most important requirements for working successfully in a global environment. This course enables students to identify and understand intercultural challenges, sharpens their awareness of the importance of cultural aspects and provides them with skills to solve intercultural dilemmas and tensions. In this module, students will analyze and understand modern and well-established theories and methods of intercultural management and will be able to apply these to various practical problems of global managers. They will get a comprehensive overview of the current state of intercultural management research and will be able to evaluate theoretical and empirical studies in this field.
The course includes a weekly lecture (theory) and two application sessions.
The course will be held virtual via Zoom (link below).
Thuesday 19.10.2021-8.02.2022, 10-12pm
#1 Session: 08.11.2021,
#2 Session: 24.01.2022, 17-20h
If you require additional details, please contact email@example.com/ Jane.firstname.lastname@example.org
All sessions and lectures will be held via Zoom Meetings. Check course details for links and course materials
for all details to the course please check Moodle for "Intercultural Competence: Theory and Practice". Here you find details and course materials (e.g. manuscripts, links etc.)
The course "Competition & Strategy" focuses on an applied analysis of competition. Important concepts from strategic management, industrial organizations, and product life-cycle analysis are presented and discussed.
Exam registration will be organized via LSF for all students. You can find the registration period on the ISC homepage. If you have questions regarding the exam registration, please contact the respective contact person at ISC.
!!!All sessions will be held via Zoom Meetings and pre-recorded videos. Check Moodle course for details and course materials!!!
- Teacher: Nikolaus Seitz
This colloquium is aimed at all students who wish to write their final thesis at our chair. It is intended to support students in their research project and seeks to offer a forum for open debate and the exchange of experiences as students progress.
Colloquium sessions will consiste of student presenations of individual thesis topics, followed by a group feedback discussion.
To apply, please reach out to our team to discuss writing your final thesis with us. Please see our bachelor & master thesis overview for further information.