Sinopse

Lets face it, the world isnt flat. Cultural intelligence is becoming an increasingly important asset for any businessperson. Beyond obtaining cultural intelligence, todays businessperson must also manage cross-cultural relationships. Throughout this podcast series, we will hold conversations with global professionals and experts to explore how culture affects business. InternationalHub is a multimedia content producer devoted to helping you find your way, wherever the winds take you. Visit us at www.internationalhub.org.

Episódios

  • S4E1: Senior Management Across Borders with Scott Lalor at Amazon

    S4E1: Senior Management Across Borders with Scott Lalor at Amazon

    22/01/2020 Duração: 29min

    Have you ever wondered what it’s like getting a career in international business? Or how to manage diverse teams representing a variety of cultures and countries? Join us as we learn from Scott Lalor, Senior Manager at Amazon in Luxembourg as he shares with us his experience managing abroad.

  • S3E11: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: England

    S3E11: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: England

    10/01/2020 Duração: 25min

    Godsave the Queen! The last stop of the study abroad group’s hop across the pond was to London, England. Join us as we learn about business, food, and culture in England.

  • S3E10: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Belgium

    S3E10: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Belgium

    03/01/2020 Duração: 23min

    Our students had the chance to spend two days in Belgium. While there they were able to explore the cities of Brussels and Bruges as well as visit the European Commission headquarters and one of Cargill’s production facilities.

  • S3E9: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Luxembourg

    S3E9: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Luxembourg

    31/12/2019 Duração: 22min

    Ever heard of the country Luxembourg? Neither did many of our students before going there. Let’s learn more about this beautiful country in the middle of Europe, including the melting pot of cultures and the big businesses that are run there.

  • S3E8: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Germany

    S3E8: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Germany

    13/12/2019 Duração: 23min

    In this episode, we hear from students about Germany. The group visited the University of Duisburg-Essen to learn about education in Germany. Join us as we learn about German food,...

  • S3E7: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Poland (International Perspective)

    S3E7: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Poland (International Perspective)

    06/12/2019 Duração: 28min

    Join us this week as we hear a little more about Polish education, history, and culture, but this time from some of our international friends we made while we were there.

  • S3E6: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Poland (US Perspective)

    S3E6: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Poland (US Perspective)

    22/11/2019 Duração: 24min

    Join us as we follow the study abroad to Katowice, Poland and learn about Polish food, education, and culture.

  • S3E5: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: France

    S3E5: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: France

    15/11/2019 Duração: 22min

    Join us as we follow the Study Abroad group to Paris, France and learn about French cuisine, culture, and business.

  • S3E4: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Italy

    S3E4: Debit Gelato, Credit Cash: Italy

    08/11/2019 Duração: 22min

    In this week’s episode, we reach out to the 2019 BYU Accounting Study Abroad group to hear about their time in Rome, Italy. Join us as we learn about Italian food, business, and culture.

  • S3E3: BYU Accounting Study Abroad

    S3E3: BYU Accounting Study Abroad

    01/11/2019 Duração: 01min

    Each year, the Brigham Young University School of Accountancy takes a group of students on a Study Abroad in Europe. This next series includes interviews from those who attended the study abroad.

  • S3E2: Transitioning as an International Student from Hong Kong –with Hiram Chan

    S3E2: Transitioning as an International Student from Hong Kong –with Hiram Chan

    25/10/2019 Duração: 23min

    In today’s episode, we talk with Hiram Chan, an international student from Hong Kong studying accounting at Brigham Young University. During the discussion, Hiram shares Hong Kong’s cultural characteristics as well as the transitions he has made after coming to the United States.

  • S3E1: Lessons Learned from International Business Travel – with Greg Jones

    S3E1: Lessons Learned from International Business Travel – with Greg Jones

    18/10/2019 Duração: 45min

    Do you have an upcoming business trip to a foreign country? How can you be prepared to enter a new culture? Learn how Greg Jones of Novell approaches these situations.

  • S2E6: Let’s Talk FX – with Dave Pierce

    S2E6: Let’s Talk FX – with Dave Pierce

    19/04/2019 Duração: 21min

    Today on the show, we talk with Dave Pierce over the phone about foreign currency and capital markets. We discuss why you should care about foreign currency risk, whether you are part of a small domestic company or a giant multinational corporation.

  • S2E5: Etiquette in an International Setting with Candilyn Newell

    S2E5: Etiquette in an International Setting with Candilyn Newell

    12/04/2019 Duração: 31min

    Etiquette –“It’s not rules. It’s people.” Learn from Candilyn Newell, wife of a former US Ambassador to Sweden, about managing relationships and etiquette in an international setting.

  • S2E4: Culture, Learning, and Business Part 4: Belief Systems

    S2E4: Culture, Learning, and Business Part 4: Belief Systems

    05/04/2019 Duração: 17min

    Belief systems are an integral part of every culture. In today’s show, we focus on belief systems – what they are, why they are important, and how they affect business.

  • S2E3: Culture, Learning, and Business Part 3: Leading and Trusting

    S2E3: Culture, Learning, and Business Part 3: Leading and Trusting

    29/03/2019 Duração: 20min

    This episode is all about managing relationships. Join us as we take on two more “Culture Map” scales: Leading and Trusting.

  • Culture, Learning, and Business Part 2: Persuasion and Scheduling

    Culture, Learning, and Business Part 2: Persuasion and Scheduling

    22/03/2019 Duração: 28min

    What is considered “on-time” in the US Army versus a company in Costa Rica? And what drives student and employee motivation in different countries? In this episode we dive into two different “Culture Map” scales, Persuasion and Scheduling.

  • Culture, Learning, and Business Part 1: Evaluating, Disagreeing, and Communicating

    Culture, Learning, and Business Part 1: Evaluating, Disagreeing, and Communicating

    15/03/2019 Duração: 15min

    In this episode, we discuss the evaluating, disagreeing, and communicating scales formed by Erin Meyer. Along the way, we learn why the Swiss don’t necessarily mean to be rude, the Japanese know how to read the air, and more.

  • Innovation in Emerging Markets with James Oldroyd

    Innovation in Emerging Markets with James Oldroyd

    01/03/2019 Duração: 30min

    What does innovation look like in emerging markets, and how is it different from innovation in developed markets? Jim Oldroyd explains his thoughts on the subject during this interview.

  • Working Around the World: Part Two –Aric Johnstone, Back in the US

    Working Around the World: Part Two –Aric Johnstone, Back in the US

    19/01/2019 Duração: 18min

    Earlier we heard from Aric Johnstone about his experiences working around the world. Aric moved back to the US not long after our interview. Today we hear about his experiences...

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