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    Working for an international company is not the same as running a student organization but I realized that it is very similar in terms of leadership. Every employee was unique with their own set of strengths, weaknesses, culture and beliefs that would contribute to the overall mission and vision of the company. It is a very big group where individual differences are valued and respected. Leaders must be able to guide these talents to grow whilst strategically utilizing their full potential, taking their significant differences into account, towards the fulfillment of the company’s business goals. The essence of leadership is the same regardless of social or cultural difference. The only thing that differentiates international leaders is that they have the ability and foresight to apply their leadership skills on a global construct which is built from international exposure. I consider myself now at a point where my career growth has stagnated due to repetitive cycles at work. I believe that studying would be a better option for growth to equip myself with the knowledge of business. My experiences so far have molded me to follow a certain structure and process which is different from operating on a business perspective. My best chance to break free from that pattern of thought is to enter the field of business directly. I truly believe that Hult International Business School being practical and experiential in its approach to education…

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    The business environment is rapidly changing and while some global companies are striving with their success, they are also facing the challenge of hiring diverse and qualified employees effectively. Companies have changed the way they do business because globalization has transformed society and economy and many companies recognize now that having multi-cultural, diverse workforce is a key to success. Diversity symbolizes a new way of thinking and companies perceive those individual…

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    current business environment and corporate management have transcended geographical boundaries, multinational companies are becoming more and more competitive, which means that multinational companies need a cross geographical and cultural boundaries (Baruch, 2002). Therefore, in order to adjust to this new world rank, multinational companies need to develop more international managers, in addition, multinational management quality in the international arena is very important. In entering the…

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    * Introduction In his childhood, Eminem (Marshal Bruce Mathers III) was born into poverty and a broken home, led an itinerant lifestyle with his Mother Deborah Mathers who never held down a job, constantly shifting towns and schools, living in public housing and never grounding themselves. Existing outside of acceptable living conditions and with Marshal receiving an extremely poor education, their lifestyle led to risk of disconnection from social and moral standards. Later his mother (in his…

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    “Analyzing the Lincoln Electric Company to Determine its Organizational Culture” This essay uses the framework from chapter eight of the textbook to analyze the Lincoln Electric Company in determine its organizational culture. The first feature to be analyzed is the influence of the founders on the company from when it started until now. The second group of features to be analyzed at the Lincoln Electric Company includes its incentive management plan, its performance appraisal system, its…

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    struggling academically due to stress at home. It was the beginning of the housing crisis in the United States and my Father is a residential real estate agent and my mother was a stay at home mom who was raising my younger brother who has Aspergers. The level of stress at home was at an all time high and I was not equipped to handle everything that was suddenly put on my plate, such as working and paying for my own car and “fun” expenses, trying to balance being on the golf team and school…

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    dance show when we were kids, I have thought about someday owning my own business. While most of my 9 year-old friends talked of being teachers or astronauts, I was trying to decide if my sisters and I should own our own construction company, or should we start a school of arts for children and teach them to sing and dance. As I matured to the independent age of 14, the tough decision was more whether I would start one of these businesses with my sisters, or go off and start one on my own. As…

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    I struggled with ADHD and dyslexia in my childhood, I never had the opportunity to be intelligent in a traditional way. After shifting between special education and gifted & talented through most of my elementary career, I learned to embrace different ways of thinking, which inspired in me a lifelong curiosity about human behavior and motivation. Also, I learned to appreciate and apply an understanding that people have different world views and skill sets, and that made me very successful…

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    In 1953, legislation created the Small Business Administration (SBA) to further business activities across the United States (U. S. Small Business Administration, n.d.). Specifically, the agency’s purpose was to aid those individuals in the start-up, management, and financing of their small business dreams, as well as provide opportunities to conduct business with the federal government (U. S. Small Business Administration, n.d.). Today, the 28 million modest companies provide more than 50…

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    The Lincoln Electric Company is an extremely successful company that primarily manufactures and sells arc-welding products. In order to understand that success, one must understand Lincoln’s unique organizational culture. Lincoln is a customer oriented company. They strive for customer satisfaction above everything, including the interest of the stockholders. They are aware that if the company draws customers, stockholders will naturally follow. Lincoln believes in delivering to its customers…

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