Fifteen Double Spaced Typewritten International M

Fifteen Double Spaced Typewritten International M

Fifteen Double Spaced Typewritten International M

Hi I need help with a 7-15 page International Management assignment. I can give you 10 days to do it and I will provide the textbooks and certain articles for your convenience to answer the questions. I will provide you with necessary articles and textbooks to answer the questions! Please help me out. This is the topic:

ESSAY: PLEASE PREPARE SEVEN TO FIFTEEN DOUBLE SPACED TYPEWRITTEN PAGES ANSWERING THE FOLLOWING:

1. Global industrialization is a major force affecting the world. What does Prof. Parag Khanna forecast as important future economic trends during the 21st century. (Please use the book, “The Future is Asian” by Parag Khanna) Please integrate in your response what you consider to be the three most important cultural insights from Chapters 5, 6, and 7 in the textbook authored by Professor Luthans. (can be found in file attached called international management.pdf)

2. Businesses can pursue four alternative strategies. Please apply these strategies to the value chain (attached file: Value Chain.png) as described by Prof. Porter to the marketing and production operations of MTV (refer to file attached: mtv.pdf), soy bean (refer to file attached:the foley company (soybean).pdf), harvesters and Zara (Will attach later because I can’t upload anymore files at the moment because it only allows me to upload 5).

3. Prof. Rivoli mentions that Michael Schellenberger, named by Time magazine in 2008 as a Hero of the Environment, began his career as an anti-globalization activist targeting Nike’s alleged sweatshop practices (you can refer t o the travels of a t-shirt file, and another nike article I will upload later on), but now believes that global economic growth can help solve our environmental challenges. In the context of Prof. Rivoli’s book and the Wall Street Journal article of April 22, 2014 (nike article), how would you explain the shift in his approach? How does the last sentence of Prof. Rivoli, “The future isn’t perfect, but it is brighter than it used to be” apply to Zara?