Culture Still Matters
My time in the Cross-Cultural Business class — part of the Business & Culture program run by the William Davidson Institute — was one of the most beneficial I have been able to take at the University of Michigan.
Different Cultures, Different Perspectives … We Are United
I’m a business student at the Libyan International University (LUMI), majoring in finance and banking. I’m passionate about anything related to business, self-learning, and self-improvement in general.
Cross-Cultural Business — My Takeaways From An Innovative Course
The course BA 310: Cross Cultural Business has been a great educational, professional, and personal experience that has enriched my business acumen, cultural intelligence, and interpersonal skills tremendously.
Applying My B&C Learnings On Virtual Collaboration To My Internship
In reflecting upon my experiences in BA 310, especially in the context of the remote internship with a Congressional office I currently have, the first item that comes to mind is gratitude.
My Own Perspective – Cross-Cultural Interactions
I am a business student from the American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon. During this spring semester, I enrolled in a new cross-cultural management course being offered at my university, and I was delighted to have the chance to partake in it.