Managing local practices in global contexts
Managing local practices in global contexts

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Managing local practices in global contexts

Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • think critically about and be able to comment on processes by which local practices are situated within their wider contexts

  • think critically about and be able to comment on dimensions of globalisation

  • think critically about and be able to comment on the nature and significance of institutional rules of practice

  • think critically about and be able to comment on some differences between managing knowledge-generating practices in Anglo-American, Japanese and Chinese contexts

  • think critically about and be able to comment on implications of managing through multiple rationalities.

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