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  • Studienmodul Intercultural Communication Theory - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    HIM Studium in Heidelberg Innovativ aus Tradition Profil Leitbild FAQ Das Team der HIM Studierende Alumni Unternehmen Kontakt Kontaktformular Anfahrt Toggle navigation Englisch Unser Studienangebot Modulbeschreibungen Studienprogramme akkreditiert von Ausbildungs und Prüfungszentrum HIM Camupsblog Charity Aktion für bilinguale Kinderbücher von Alumni Ole Dross Seit nun zwei Jahren lebe ich in Hanoi Ich habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code CM 410 Module Title Intercultural Communication Theory Academic level Master Credit value 10 Instruction English Pre requisites Co requisites Rationale for Module This module provides a survey of major theories and research dealing with communication between peo ple of different cultural backgrounds particularly in international business settings The module examines theoretical issues in studying intercultural communication and it helps students discover intercultural psychological phenomena relating to individuals and groups that affect and can disturb communication across cultures This helps to understand culturally specific perceptions and ways of thinking and acting on the part of others and on the part of students themselves This is important in understanding how communication between cultures can be made to function effectively and where the risks and conflict potential lie The module provides key theoretical background and contextual

    Original URL path: http://www.himh.de/master/module/l4-intercultural-communication-theory/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Studienmodul Strategic Leadership in International Contexts - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    Master Studium Einschreibung und Zulassung Studieninhalte Karriere im interkulturellen Management Studienabschlüsse Studienplan Modulbeschreibungen HIM Studium in Heidelberg Innovativ aus Tradition Profil Leitbild FAQ Das Team der HIM Studierende Alumni Unternehmen Kontakt Kontaktformular Anfahrt Toggle navigation Englisch Unser Studienangebot Modulbeschreibungen Studienprogramme akkreditiert von Ausbildungs und Prüfungszentrum HIM Camupsblog Charity Aktion für bilinguale Kinderbücher von Alumni Ole Dross Seit nun zwei Jahren lebe ich in Hanoi Ich habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code LM 420 Module Title Strategic Leadership in International Contexts Academic level Master Credit value 10 Instruction English Pre requisites Co requisites CM 420 Strategic Communication in International Contexts Rationale for Module The module Strategic Leadership in International Contexts investigates the challenges and opportunities posed by international business contexts for leadership how these differ from national culturally homogenous contexts and the theories models and tools available to deal with them The module examines conceptions of leadership and management in different cultures and the contrasting nature of the expectations they raise in different cultural settings It will introduce you to key concepts and contemporary theoretical ideas relating to strategy formulation and implementation You will develop an understanding of the concept of organisational culture and reflect critically on current debates about the extent to which it may be manipulated or transformed Throughout the module you will study a range of tools models and theoretical concepts concerned with the generic process of managing change and promoting entrepreneurship intrapreneurship and innovation and learn to apply this learning in a case study context The module aims to develop your appreciation of the human dimension of change initiatives paying particular attention to the emotional impact and psychodynamics of organisational change and enable you to consider change leadership behaviours using appropriate conceptual and practical tools Thus the module is also concerned with developing understanding and skills in a number of areas that constitute effectiveness in management and specifically the management of self and of others In addition it seeks to help learners to develop and improve a range of definable skills which are pivotal to successful management practice and to effective leadership in particular These include thinking and decision making skills and a range of team working and interpersonal skills and others associated with developing personal effectiveness and credibility at work The module complements the module Strategic Communication in International Contexts Among the elective modules International Strategic HRM

    Original URL path: http://www.himh.de/master/module/l4-strategic-leadershiph-int-contexts/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Studienmodul Strategic Communications in International Contexts - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    navigation Englisch Unser Studienangebot Modulbeschreibungen Studienprogramme akkreditiert von Ausbildungs und Prüfungszentrum HIM Camupsblog Charity Aktion für bilinguale Kinderbücher von Alumni Ole Dross Seit nun zwei Jahren lebe ich in Hanoi Ich habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code CM 420 Module Title Strategic Communications in International Contexts Academic level Master Credit value 10 Instruction English Pre requisites CM 410 Intercultural Communication Theory Co requisites LM 420 Strategic Leadership in International Contexts Rationale for Module The module Strategic Communications in International Contexts investigates the challenges and opportunities posed by multicultural and intercultural business contexts for communication how these differ from national culturally homogenous contexts and the theories models and tools available to deal with them This module develops an understanding and critical awareness of the strategic nature of communication in an intercultural context its integrative role as a management function and the contribution it makes to the achievement of strategic business objectives It has as its primary objective the enabling of effective planned communication across a range of media to secure understanding and commitment of multicultural stakeholders to the mission strategy and attainment of organisational objectives Students will be provided with the tools

    Original URL path: http://www.himh.de/master/module/l4-strategic-communications-int-contexts/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Studienmodul Intercultural Negotiation & Conflict Management - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code CM 430 Module Title Intercultural Negotiation Conflict Management Academic level Master Credit value 15 Instruction English Pre requisites CM 410 Intercultural Communication Theory Co requisites CM 420 Strategic Communications in International Contexts AS 410 East Asia AS 420 Middle East AS 430 Latin America Rationale for Module Negotiation is an art and a science aimed at securing agreements between two or more parties who are interdependent and who are seeking to maximize their outcomes Given the increased growth of interna tional trade through the spread of globalisation there has been a significant increase in interaction among managers from different countries with different management styles and approaches to negotia tion and conflict management This interaction and the encountering of different approaches can itself be a source of conflict However conflict contrary to general belief need not be dysfunctional Where properly managed conflicts can lead to positive outcomes such as improved understanding better alternatives and increased satisfaction This module seeks to help students understand how different national cultures can influence the effectiveness of international transactions and will be concerned with developing a better understanding of the behaviour of individuals groups and organizations in the context of competitive cross cultural situations The module will focus on the practical aspects of negotiation and conflict management in intercultural business contexts and it will provide an overview of the main problems involved in negotiation and con flict management Students will be able to work on case studies and material related to negations and the resolution of conflicts The module is also designed to familiarise students to theories of negotiation and bargaining discuss the applicability of various tools and techniques in problem solving real cases and allow them to make use of such techniques in role playing and simulations The module will consider the events leading up to the actual negotiation as well as the subsequent events involving the implementation of agreements Good preparation and planning are key elements of successful negotiation and these will be explored together with issues related to getting the best out of the meeting itself by understanding and enhancing relationships between the parties involved It is impor tant that negotiators learn to prepare before action and to debrief afterwards They should improve working relationships within an organisation and with the other side before any other action They

    Original URL path: http://www.himh.de/master/module/l4-intercultural-negotiation-conflict-management/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Studienmodul East Asia - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    Das Team der HIM Studierende Alumni Unternehmen Kontakt Kontaktformular Anfahrt Toggle navigation Englisch Unser Studienangebot Modulbeschreibungen Studienprogramme akkreditiert von Ausbildungs und Prüfungszentrum HIM Camupsblog Charity Aktion für bilinguale Kinderbücher von Alumni Ole Dross Seit nun zwei Jahren lebe ich in Hanoi Ich habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code AS 410 Module Title East Asia Academic level Master Credit value 5 Instruction English Pre requisites CM 410 Intercultural Communication Theory Co requisites AS 420 Middle East AS 430 Latin America CM 430 Intercultural Negotiation Conflict Management Rationale for Module The rapid pace of globalisation means that many businesses today are subject to the influences from other parts of the world as they have to liaise with business suppliers or customers overseas or manage workers from different cultural backgrounds The main challenge of doing business with other countries is to recognize and appreciate the different social political cultural and economic realities in order to adapt ones business plans policies and practices accordingly Economically East Asia has established itself as one of the world s most dynamic growth regions with China developing into a major player in the world economy As such the countries making up the region are key procurement sales markets but also production locations for Western companies With increasingly well qualified workforces and their own market leading companies East Asian countries present both a challenge and an opportunity for businesses in Europe or North America In political legal socio cultural and technological respects East Asia exhibits fascinating contrasts and similarities in comparison with Europe and the other regions studied on the programme The marked contrasts with European countries in all the PESTL factors mean that doing business there or with people from there is a challenge and a risk The module will cover cultural and social aspects drawing on theory research and practice which students must be aware of in order to be able to cooperate successfully with local actors Students deal with the context and specifics of economic development in the region and acquire knowledge of business practices and management techniques which are characteristic for the region Students will be challenged to actively examine and compare different aspects of the region s business environments with Europe Germany for the purpose of developing better business understanding and skills in a global context Given its economic and political strength the module will

    Original URL path: http://www.himh.de/master/module/l4-east-asia/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Studienmodul Middle East - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    Kontakt Kontaktformular Anfahrt Toggle navigation Englisch Unser Studienangebot Modulbeschreibungen Studienprogramme akkreditiert von Ausbildungs und Prüfungszentrum HIM Camupsblog Charity Aktion für bilinguale Kinderbücher von Alumni Ole Dross Seit nun zwei Jahren lebe ich in Hanoi Ich habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code AS 420 Module Title Middle East Academic level Master Credit value 5 Instruction English Pre requisites CM 410 Intercultural Communication Theory Co requisites AS 410 East Asia AS 430 Latin America CM 430 Intercultural Negotiation Conflict Management Rationale for Module The rapid pace of globalisation means that many businesses today are subject to the influences from other parts of the world as they have to liaise with business suppliers or customers overseas or manage workers from different cultural backgrounds The main challenge of doing business with other countries is to recognize and appreciate the different social political cultural and economic realities in order to adapt planning policies and practices accordingly Economically the Middle East is a highly diverse region encompassing rich oil exporting states diversi fied western style economies as well as poor developing countries The oil industry continues to domi nate the entire region both due to the wealth that it creates and its effects on the movement of labour With the efforts to diversify its economies away from oil in recent years for example through the devel opment of tourist destinations the Middle East has become a fast growing dynamic region with the countries increasingly opening up to western business However the region has long suffered from cul tural religious political conflict The resulting instability makes doing business here unpredictable In political legal socio cultural and technological respects the Middle East exhibits fascinating contrasts and similarities in comparison with Europe and the other regions studied on the programme The marked contrasts with European countries in all the PESTL factors mean that doing business there or with people from there is a challenge and a risk The module will cover cultural and social aspects drawing on theory research and practice which students must be aware of in order to be able to cooperate successfully with local actors Students deal with the context and specifics of economic development in the region and acquire knowledge of business practices and management techniques which are characteristic for the region Students will be challenged to actively examine and compare different aspects of the region

    Original URL path: http://www.himh.de/master/module/l4-middle-east/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Studienmodul Latin America - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    Das Team der HIM Studierende Alumni Unternehmen Kontakt Kontaktformular Anfahrt Toggle navigation Englisch Unser Studienangebot Modulbeschreibungen Studienprogramme akkreditiert von Ausbildungs und Prüfungszentrum HIM Camupsblog Charity Aktion für bilinguale Kinderbücher von Alumni Ole Dross Seit nun zwei Jahren lebe ich in Hanoi Ich habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code AS 430 Module Title Latin America Academic level Master Credit value 5 Instruction English Pre requisites CM 410 Intercultural Communication Theory Co requisites AS 410 East Asia AS 420 Middle East CM 430 Intercultural Negotiation Conflict Management Rationale for Module The rapid pace of globalisation means that many businesses today are subject to the influences from other parts of the world as they have to liaise with business suppliers or customers overseas or manage workers from different cultural backgrounds The main challenge of doing business with other countries is to recognize and appreciate the different social political cultural and economic realities in order to adapt planning policies and practices accordingly Economically Latin America is highly diverse encompassing relatively wealthy and developed as well as poor and developing countries The region has a history of political and economic instability and is cha racterised by high levels of poverty and inequality The countries national debts are high the infrastruc ture hardly developed and the exchange rate fluctuations burden the countries economies At the same time the region has high development potential offering many opportunities for investment in promising sectors Historically Latin America has been influenced by Europe and still has strong cultural social and eco nomic ties to the old world However in political legal socio cultural and technological respects Latin America also exhibits fascinating contrasts in comparison with Europe as well as with the other regions studied on the programme The marked contrasts with European countries in all the PESTL factors mean that doing business there or with people from there is a challenge and a risk The module will cover cultural and social aspects drawing on theory research and practice which students must be aware of in order to be able to cooperate successfully with local actors Students deal with the context and specifics of economic development in the region and acquire knowledge of business practices and management techniques which are characteristic for the region Students will be challenged to actively examine and compare different aspects of the region s business environments with

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  • Studienmodul International Strategic Human Resources Management - Internationales Master Studium an der HIM
    Seit nun zwei Jahren lebe ich in Hanoi Ich habe an der HIM von 2011 bis 2014 International Tourism Management studiert und bin danach direkt nach meinem Abschluss nach Hanoi gezogen wo ich bereits mein Pflichtpraktikum absolviert hatte Hier arbeite ich für den Reiseveranstalter ExoticVoyages mehr HIM Campusblog Studienerfahrung in Boston Christian Seifermann HIM Absolvent in International Business Management 2014 berichtet von seinem Studienaufenthalt im Rahmen seines Master Programms an der Northeastern University in Boston Ein spannender Artikel mehr HIM Camupsblog Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt bekam das Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen Am 14 01 16 bekam Prof Dr Burkhard Schmidt Professor für Wirtschafts Arbeits und Organisationspsychologie an der HIM offiziell das Baden Württemberg Zertifikat für Hochschuldidaktik verliehen mehr Home Master Studium Modulbeschreibungen Module Code LM 440 Module Title International Strategic Human Resources Management Academic level Master Credit value 5 Instruction English Pre requisites Co requisites CM 420 Strategic Communications in International Contexts LM 420 Strategic Leadership in International Contexts CM 430 Intercultural Negotiation Conflict Management Rationale for Module The module addresses a range of strategic issues in the management of people in organisations particularly with respect to internationalisation It discusses strategic HR as a field of study and the connection to business strategy The relationship between personnel and development activities and the strategic imperatives facing the organisation are critically reviewed and the contribution that strategic personnel and development can make to achievement of the organisation s strategic intent is evaluated Under the rubric of personnel and development constructs and frameworks the module enables students to develop and test knowledge of the difference between deliberate and emergent approaches to strategic HR and the strengths and limitations of the sequential rational approach i e strategy analysis formulation and implementation The contribution of the personnel and development function to strategic personnel and development

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