WHAT IS A TEACHING MODULE?
A teaching module allows faculty to add a topic to an existing course with relative ease. Teaching modules include case studies and background readings, and may include framing questions or a teaching note for use in leading classroom discussion.
New Markets, New Methods
As businesses reach new markets they not only find more resources and consumers, but also new ways of doing business. Successfully navigating the cultural and other complexities of business expansion into new markets without compromising existing business ethics or culture are key, and businesses have to adapt to these new markets as well as the other way around.
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Author(s): Davies, Roberts; Nelson, Jane
Product Type: Policy and Issue Reports
This article describes the differing kinds of global business issues that challenge notions of corporate role and responsibility, and suggests a framework for categorizing and beginning to address these challenges.
Author(s): Hockerts, Kai
Product Type: Cases
This case traces the evolution of fair trade, from ‘charity trade', i.e. the sale of objects produced in developing countries with little functional value to the sale of functional, and often organic products...