slide1
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
PRIME Business Practices in the Pacific Rim/Latin America Prof. K. Ravi Kumar

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 22

PRIME Business Practices in the Pacific Rim/Latin America Prof. K. Ravi Kumar - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 131 Views
  • Uploaded on

PRIME Business Practices in the Pacific Rim/Latin America Prof. K. Ravi Kumar Vice Dean for International Programs. Improve awareness and understanding of the economic, institutional, political, and cultural issues that are relevant in doing business in Latin America and Asia.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'PRIME Business Practices in the Pacific Rim/Latin America Prof. K. Ravi Kumar' - baka


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
slide1
PRIME

Business Practices in

the Pacific Rim/Latin America

Prof. K. Ravi Kumar

Vice Dean for International Programs

course objectives
Improve awareness and understanding of the economic, institutional, political, and cultural issues that are relevant in doing business in Latin America and Asia.

Develop a global mindset.

Compare and contrast the business challenges and opportunities abroad with those in the U.S.

Experience different business, cultural, political, and social contexts.

Integrate and apply the frameworks, models, tools, and concepts from your core classes to global real world settings.

Understand the challenges and opportunities of doing business in global markets.

Course Objectives

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

curriculum design
Curriculum Design
  • 6 2-hour sessions devoted to country-specific instruction (Marshall faculty and country specialists)
  • 5 days spent visiting businesses and institutions onsite (business executives/industry specialists)
  • Final presentations

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

course components
Course Components
  • Country Specific Lectures
  • Team Projects
  • Midterm
  • Field Trip
  • On-site Presentations

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

prime sites
PRIME Sites
  • ChinaBeijing/Tianjin

Shanghai/Hangzhou

Hong Kong/Shenzhen

  • JapanKyoto/Osaka/Tokyo
  • Singapore/ThailandSingapore/Bangkok
  • Chile/BrazilSantiago/Sao Paulo
  • Mexico/CubaMexico City/Havana
  • USAChicago/Milwaukee

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide6
1997-2004Comparison

*Cancelled China and Singapore due to SARS

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide7
Beijing/Tianjin

Coca Cola Legend

Makro Beijing Futian

ICBC Bank Yanjing Beer

Nokia Motorola

Tinghsin International

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide8
Shanghai/Hangzhou

Shanghai GM Bank of Shanghai

Shimao Group Shanghai Video & Audio AIA Baoshan Iron & Steel Wahaha CITIC

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide9
Hong Kong/Shenzhen

Coca Cola Fujikon

Bank of China Walt Disney

Legend Star TV

Lee Kum Kee Café De Coral

Hang Lung Walmart

Yantian International

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide10
Kyoto/Osaka/Tokyo

Sharp Universal Studios

Canon Asia Pacific Land

Fast Retailing (UNIQLO)

Daikin Nissan

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

santiago sao paulo
Santiago/Sao Paulo

Channel 13 Banco Santander

Nestle Viña Concha y Toro

Distribución y Servicio

ITAUTEC Bunge Fertilizer

Motorola Johnson & Johnson

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide12
Singapore/Bangkok

Cisco Systems SembCorp Logistics

Merrill Lynch MTV

GMM Grammy CP Group

Canon Hi-Tech

Philips Semiconductors

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide13
Mexico City/Havana

Modelo Ceref Recycling

TV Azteca Ford

Walmart Banamex

Partagas/Habanos Heber Biotec

Havana Club Hector Molinas

PricewaterhouseCoopers

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide14
Chicago/Milwaukee

United Boeing

Sara Lee Harley Davidson

Abbott Lab W.W. Grainger

Motorola Tribune Company

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

faculty organization
Faculty Organization
  • PRIME Country Desk Officers

China/Hong KongJapan

Chile/Brazil Singapore/Thailand

Mexico/Cuba USA

  • PRIME City Faculty

Beijing/Tianjin Shanghai/Hangzhou

Hong Kong/Shenzhen Kyoto/Osaka/Tokyo

Santiago/Sao Paulo Singapore/Bangkok

Mexico City/Havana Chicago/Milwaukee

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

staff organization
Staff Organization
  • The Office of Logistics for MBA Global Programs

(Alias: PRIME Office) Bridge Hall 101A

Phone: (213) 740-1875

Fax: (213) 740-7701

Email: [email protected]

  • Professor Ravi Kumar, Vice Dean
  • Anakkarat Barth, Director
  • Elaine Padilla, Assistant Director
  • Bernice Taylor, Program Coordinator

Plus staff from the Program Office and other parts of Marshall

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

impressions
IMPRESSIONS
  • “Extraordinary experience on virtually all fronts! Program, in my opinion, did absolutely accomplish its goal to give us a sense of Pac Rim management practices & appreciation of “How it’s Done” different from and similar to the US.”
  • “The faculty provided great insights into the companies we visited. I was tremendously impressed by their expertise and professionalism. Huge added value.”
  • “Learned a lot through the consulting project, applying and integrating information learned in other classes throughout the first year.”
  • “PRIME, more than anything, distinguishes the USC MBA program. Nice job by the faculty and staff. Worth the price of admission.”
  • “I was tremendously impressed with the prestige, expertise and quality of the participants in the program. It was intense, exciting, worth every penny to get the information from the horse’s mouth & from the source. The impact of traveling …for the first hand experience. Priceless!! Do it again!”

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

impressions1
IMPRESSIONS
  • “It was really great to be able to go into a country where the culture and lifestyle are so different from the US but still interact with the people due to such good planning and professors.”
  • “The companies were great, the places fantastic, and the professors informative.”
  • “The USC Prime Program was the biggest incentive for me to venture to LA and pursue my MBA interests in California. After having gone through the program, I was more than reassured that I made the correct decision in studying here at USC. In addition, I would recommend this program to anyone interested in getting an MBA with such rich merits that USC can offer.”
  • “I learned about the business world outside the U.S. I learned how business is conducted in China. Loved the trip!”

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide19
General PRIME Timeline
  • July 2003 Deadline to turn in PRIME questionnaire & passport and visa copies

(Located in Must Do Section. Return to MBA Program Office)

  • November 2003 Site Information Sessions
  • Website Open to Rank site
  • December 2003 Site Announcements 

Site Assignment Bilateral Trade

  • January 2004 Site Assignment Bilateral Trade Ends
  • Website open for Roommate Selection
  • Vaccination recommended, not required (consult with your doctor)

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide20
GeneralPRIME Timeline
  • February 2004 Website Open for Project Selection

Roommate Selection ends

  • March 2004 Project Selection Website Closes
  • Project Teams Announced
  • GSBA 580 PRIME Class Begins
  • Visa Information/Application
  • April 2004 GSBA 580 PRIME Class Continues 
  • May 2004 Briefing Books & Presentations
  • PRIME Travel
  • Final Presentation (on site)
  • Final Projects Due

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

website www marshall usc edu prime
Websitewww.marshall.usc.edu/prime

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

slide22
Safety is Our # 1 Priority!
  • Monitor situations on all PRIME sites
  • Communications with local partners, alumni and business community in PRIME countries
  • US State Department, CDC, WHO travel warnings
  • USC Policies
  • Cancellation of trips

APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

ad