Ch 33: CSET Business - Business in International Settings

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Let us help you renew your understanding of differences in doing business in international settings. Our videos and quizzes offer information that can help you correctly answer these questions related to global business on the CSET Marketing exam.

CSET Business - Business in International Settings - Chapter Summary

Brush up on your knowledge of international business, including management tips for an international corporation, differences in culture and marketing strategies, as you prepare to take the CSET Business exam. Let our videos and quizzes help you prepare for exam questions on the following:

  • Management in an international business
  • Breaking into and expanding in international markets
  • International marketing strategies
  • Trade regulations and restrictions and business treaties
  • Emotional differences between cultures
  • Role of globalization in organizational structure, culture and behavior
  • Communication and emotion across cultures
  • Teams in a global setting
  • Diversity in global groups

These lessons are available anytime, on a desktop computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet. Every lesson features a clickable timeline that lets you jump back to review key parts in the video without having to re-watch the entire lesson.

CSET Business - Business in International Settings Chapter Objectives

In California, licensure to teach business requires passing the CSET Business exam. There are three subtests on the exam. Subtest III has 40 multiple-choice questions; 15 are in the Business Environment and Communication section, and this is where you could see questions on international business. An extended constructed-response (essay) question is also in this section.

You can practice answering multiple-choice questions on a computer with the short tests that accompany each of our lessons. These self-assessment quizzes let you gauge your knowledge to see where your weaknesses lie.

11 Lessons in Chapter 33: CSET Business - Business in International Settings
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Managerial Functions in the International Organization

1. Managerial Functions in the International Organization

Every manager focuses on five different aspects of management. These aspects are common knowledge and when used together, they help to create an effective manager. This lesson will address those areas and integrate them into international business.

International Trade Regulations & Restrictions

2. International Trade Regulations & Restrictions

Importing and exporting are vital elements to a healthy U.S. economy. Businesses should be familiar with international laws regarding trade. This lesson defines imports and exports and discusses international trade regulations and restrictions.

International Business Expansion Methods

3. International Business Expansion Methods

Oftentimes, the best opportunities for a business are not at home but abroad. In this lesson, you'll learn about different methods of taking advantage of the international market. You'll also have a chance to take a short quiz after the lesson.

Treaties Under Article II of the U.S. Constitution

4. Treaties Under Article II of the U.S. Constitution

Treaties are an important part of international law. A treaty is a legally binding agreement made between two or more government entities. This lesson explains the difference between bilateral and multilateral treaties.

Globalization and Organizational Structure

5. Globalization and Organizational Structure

Organizational structure can be influenced by many different aspects of globalization. In this lesson, we will explore organizational structure and the impact globalization can have on it.

Globalization and Organizational Culture

6. Globalization and Organizational Culture

Culture influences almost every aspect of an organization. Globalization is one of the forces that influences organizational culture, and in this lesson we will talk about just how globalization impacts organizational culture.

Globalization and Organizational Behavior

7. Globalization and Organizational Behavior

As the world around us gets smaller, globalization will be in more areas and impact organizations. Organizational behavior is impacted by globalization and in this lesson we will discuss that aspect.

How Emotions Differ Across Cultures

8. How Emotions Differ Across Cultures

Every country and culture expresses emotions in different ways. This is a constantly growing issue for international organizations. In this lesson, we will describe some of these differences.

Cross-Cultural Communication: Definition, Strategies & Examples

9. Cross-Cultural Communication: Definition, Strategies & Examples

Cross-cultural communication is imperative for companies that have a diverse workforce and participate in the global economy. It is important for employees to understand the factors that are part of an effective, diverse workforce.

How Teams Differ in a Global Setting

10. How Teams Differ in a Global Setting

Different cultures view teams, or teaming, very differently. Those perspectives are compounded when there are multicultural teams present. This lesson will look at this issue in more detail.

Group Status, Social Loafing & Diversity in Global Groups

11. Group Status, Social Loafing & Diversity in Global Groups

Group status changes depending on culture, and as groups become more diverse, different perspectives and opinions will arise. In this lesson, we will address the issues of culture as it relates to group status, social loafing, and diversity.

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