Bahria Reader

Sander Schroevers

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This course reader provides participants to Bahria University's first summer school a comprehensive introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects

of applied international business skills. It contains reading materials aimed at helping students better understand the subtle and profound ways that culture can affect business. This book is divided into three interrelated parts: part one introduces the course and lesson plan. The second part deals with the Pakistan- Connect assignment given during the summer school. It amongst others lists resources and explains guidelines for the project. Part three contains the

required course readings, offering key cultural flashpoints for national cultures, and highlighting useful skills for an interdependent world, such as

negotiating, presenting, or eating and meeting across cultures. Bahria University IBS summer school: ready for the world!

Editorial managers: Sander Schroevers, Christopher Higgins, Aynur Dogan Text copyright: Abbas Barak, Alex Tallon, Alfonso Romero Carnevali, Almasa Cerimovic (¿¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿), Altun Talha, Alyssa Melillo, Amber Stellingwerf, Amelie Kurz, Amira Mekkaoui, Anne Marie Carrillo Puentes, Anouk Hagemans, Antoine Marie Meillassoux Le-Cerf, Anwar Mourabet, Aurélia Zoé Vuillemard, Bente Soldaat, Carlijn Ros, Celine Zorn, Christian Ibink, Christina Thomas, Danique Hsu (¿¿¿), Daphne Guijt, Dayna Nichols, Demet Tuncer, Devin van Rijn, Eric Henriquez, Eyup Kavas, Fabian Briceño Toro, Gabe Irish, Gaye Kaya, Gerry Selvelieva (¿¿¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿), Gina van der Veen, Gino Kraan, Hamid Hafizi (¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿), Han Ying Min, Hsin-I Lee (¿¿¿), Hsuan-I Hshieh (¿¿¿), Ikram Amazgiou, Imane Ben Mohamed (¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿ ¿¿¿¿), Iris Koch, Ivan Milivojevic (¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿), Jean Kluinhaar, Jelmer Prenger, Jennifer Sawyer, Jopke Meijers, Julie Hallman, Kalvin Bakker, Kelsey Lynn Baguley, Kirsten Verhoeven, Koen Posthuma, Lamyae Douhri, Lawrence Semper-White, Lennard Olagoke, Leon Lifshin, Lingli Hu (¿¿¿), Lisa Bakker, Luuk Keurentjes, Margot Geukes, Marie Kenza Mouffokes, Mary Jo Blanza, Matthijs de Kruijf, Mehmet Gökmen, Meifeng Houweling, Melanie van den Akker, Melina Pfaff, Michiel Feenstra, Michiel Pot, Mike Grund, Millie Smith, Mirco Nieberg, Mirna Nasr (¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿), Mitch Rewijk, Myrthe Fromm, Nalini Koesal, Naomi Smid, Natasha Kremer, Nestor Basas, Nevin Günay, Nicolò Pantaleo, Nikki Pennnings, Nino van Paridon, Noa Cremers, Olivier Vriends, Oscar Schiering, Owen Masters, Philip Nilsen, Pieter Houtkoop, Ranim Adjali (¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿), Raquel Everduin, Riad Fetah, Ricardo Heerema, Rik Ravelli, Rockey Mahamoed, Romée Hoogenbosch, Sabrina Ait khouya Lahsen, Sana El Otmani, Sander van den Horst, Sanne Brinkman, Sarah Bnademjdid, Shaye Dubberke, Shekinah Francisco, Sinem Durcan, Stefan van Ginkel, Sundas Khan, Suwar Bildirici, Tarik Azouagh, Theotime Choquet, Tijmen Hennekes, Tim Edelbroek, Wendy van Sprang, Willem Griffioen, Willemijn Wijnhoff, Yassine Khlif (¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿), Yoran de Vries, Yuki Amano (¿¿¿¿) and Ziba Bahadori Motlagh.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 114
Erscheinungsdatum 29.07.2017
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-90-79646-36-4
Maße (L/B/H) 21/14,8/0,6 cm
Gewicht 159 g

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