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Want to learn more about people management in multinational organizations?

Distance teaching course People Management in Multinational Organizations begins in January 2022
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The course exposes participants to the intersection between strategic management and people management in multinational organizations. People are considered a key source of global competitiveness of firms. Yet, the challenge of effective people management are considerable in multinational organizations operating across different geographical, cultural and institutional environments

Upon completion of the course, students should understand how people management can contribute to value creation in multinational organizations.

The course is master level and has no prerequisites.

Enrollment closes 6.1.2022 at 23.59. The course description can be found here: https://studyinfo.fi/app/#!/koulutus/1.2.246.562.17.40606568166

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