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Ch 7: Strategies for International Business

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Ensure you're ready and able to excel on an assignment, project or test that covers strategies for international business using this chapter. Our bite-sized lessons, multiple-choice quizzes and chapter exam can boost your knowledge in a short amount of time.

Strategies for International Business - Chapter Summary

This chapter's fun lessons can help you gain greater insight into different strategies used in international business. Created by expert instructors, these lessons closely examine topics that include global strategy, positioning strategy, economies of scale and value creation in business. Review these lessons anytime and anywhere your schedule permits, thanks to around-the-clock computer and mobile access. Find out how well you understand the lessons by taking short quizzes and a broader chapter exam. Questions that arise can be submitted to our subject-matter experts via the Dashboard. When finished with this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Define a value chain
  • Discuss the benefits of location economies
  • Explain the relationship between experience curve and learning effects in international retailing
  • Describe how to create value in global operations by leveraging subsidiary skills
  • List sources of competitive pressure in the global marketplace
  • Share the definition and examples of transnational strategy
  • Outline issues and strategies for growth in global marketing

7 Lessons in Chapter 7: Strategies for International Business
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Global Strategy: Definition & Example

1. Global Strategy: Definition & Example

This lesson provides an overview of how companies transition from an international company to a global company using global strategy. We will use McDonald's, the largest food service retailer in the world, to demonstrate how and why global strategy is used.

Value Creation in Business: Definition & Example

2. Value Creation in Business: Definition & Example

Value creation and business go hand in hand. In this lesson, you'll learn more about this business concept, examine why it's important, and discover strategies for implementing it with employees in the workplace.

What Is a Value Chain? - Definition, Analysis & Example

3. What Is a Value Chain? - Definition, Analysis & Example

This lesson discusses what a value chain is and how it can help a business meet the needs of customers. It also provides an analysis of the effectiveness of the value chain actions.

Positioning Strategy: Definition & Examples

4. Positioning Strategy: Definition & Examples

Manufacturing and service firms need to find a business area that will allow them to be competitive in the marketplace. In this lesson, we will examine different positioning strategies through examples.

Economies of Scale: Definition, Benefits & Examples

5. Economies of Scale: Definition, Benefits & Examples

If you've ever wondered how Wal-Mart can sell items so cheaply, it's because of economies of scale. In this lesson, you'll learn about economies of scale and their benefits. A short quiz follows the lesson.

Transnational Strategy: Definition & Examples

6. Transnational Strategy: Definition & Examples

Transnational strategy offers a global perspective to your marketing efforts. In this lesson, you'll learn what transnational strategy is and see a few examples of it in use.

What Is Global Marketing? - Strategies, Definition & Issues

7. What Is Global Marketing? - Strategies, Definition & Issues

What is global marketing? In this lesson, you'll learn what global marketing is, issues you would need to address to market your product globally, and strategies that can help grow your business in other countries.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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