|International Operations Management
|108 Credit Hours
|A general approach to project management with emphasis on project planning and scheduling, the use of math/ network techniques such as PERT and CPM, estimation of project duration. Resource allocation and techniques of resource levelling, and the probabilistic nature of activities duration and the minimization of project cost through cost crashing procedures.
|Emphasizing the economic domain of international operations together with international agreements and major global issues.
|John D. Daniels Lee H. Radebaugh, ï¿½International Business Environments & Operationsï¿½, Addison Wesley.
|arabic ref. books
|Daniels, Radebaugh, and Sullivan â€œInternational Business: Environments and Operationsâ€ Prentice Hall.
|Introduction to course
|Overview of International Business Management
|Cultural Environments Facing Business
|Political Environments Facing Business
|Economic Environments Facing Business
|International Trade Theory: Part 1
|7th Week Exam.
|International Trade Theory: Part 2
|Government Influence on Trade
|Regional Economic Integrations and Cooperative Agreements
|Foreign Direct Investment
|12th Week Exam.
|Government Attitudes Toward Foreign Direct Investment
|Country Evaluation and Selection
|Global Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management