If you are teaching International Business/Management courses this fall, you
may be interested in participating in the International Business Student
Collaboration Project run by a group of scholars from around the world.

The project is a business simulation and is designed to give students an
opportunity to gain first-hand experience in cross-cultural collaboration.
Almost a thousand students from sixteen countries participated in the
project in 2010-11 school year.

Detailed information about the project can be found at

Briefly, we team up students in our IB/IM courses in different countries to
jointly complete a term project. Collaborating on-line, students develop a
business proposal/plan for an international joint venture.

The project was designed as an experiential learning exercise, but it is
also an excellent platform for research on international team dynamics and
performance as well as personal, professional and inter-institutional

Instructors teaching International Business/Management courses outside the
US are especially encouraged to apply.

All supporting materials and on-line tools will be provided completely free.

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Vas Taras

Vas Taras, PhD

Department of Business Administration
Bryan School of Business and Economics
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
349 Bryan
POB 26165, Greensboro, NC 27402-6165
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