(solution) Select a country that your organization or one that you select

(solution) Select a country that your organization or one that you select

The paper will be due the last week and should be at least 10 typewritten pages and formatted APA. Research Paper Guidelines: 1. Select a country that your organization or one that you select that you would like to explore as to the feasibility of conducting operations within the select country’s borders. 2. Identify the cultural differences of the people and society in comparison to the United States focusing on bias related to gender, religion, race, social class, disability, age, and sexual orientation. In addition, comment on value systems and beliefs. 3. Evaluate the system of government, regulations, and ownership restrictions in the selected country. 4. Assess the current status of the economy and identify the pros and cons of conducting business in your selected country. 5. Evaluate the foreign exchange and banking system within the selected country. Address factors that may limit transferring funds to the parent company in the United States. Rubric and Grading Scale: · 90-100% Narrative meets all requirements in length and content; shows excellent understanding of the material; AND grammar, structure, and spelling are at senior college level. · 80-89% Narrative meets all requirements in length and content; shows a good understanding of the material; AND grammar, structure and spelling are at a college level. · 70-79% Narrative meets all requirements in length and content; shows some understanding of the material; AND/OR grammar, structure and spelling need some improvement · 63-69% Narrative meets bare minimum requirements in length and content; lacks some key understanding of the material; AND/OR grammar, structure and spelling need a lot of improvement · 62%-0% Narrative does not meet minimum requirements in length and content; OR shows little understanding of material; OR grammar, structure and spelling are not on college level Excellence System Competency Global and Intercultural Competence: (Success based on score of overall required assessment, Paper Only) Mastered, Create/Evaluate (3): 90 – 100% Reinforced, Apply/Analyzed (2): 80 -89% Introduced, Understand/Remember (1): 70 – 79% Not exhibited by student (0): 0 – 69% Excellence System Competency: Global & Intercultural Competence Graduates understand that working and succeeding in an inclusive, multicultural, and international world involves complex issues present in diverse environments Outcome 3 Mastered Create/Evaluate 2 Reinforced Apply/Analyze 1 Introduced Understand/ Remember 0 Not exhibited by student 1. Evaluates and demonstrates culturally-appropriate behavior in diverse domestic and global contexts Evaluates and constructs culturally-appropriate behavior in both, diverse domestic and global contexts Interprets and examines culturally-appropriate behavior in diverse domestic and/or global contexts Discusses and explains culturally-appropriate behavior in at least one context: diverse domestic or global context 2. Interprets issues and events from diverse domestic and global perspectives Appraises social and cultural issues and formulates reasons why perspectives other than their own might exist on these issues in both, diverse domestic and global contexts Examines social and cultural issues and illustrates why perspectives other than their own might exist on these issues in diverse domestic and/or global contexts Lists social and cultural issues and explains why perspectives other than their own might exist on these issues in at least one context: diverse domestic or global context 3. Demonstrates an understanding of the dynamics of power, privilege and inequality and appropriate interventions/ responses to bias in diverse domestic and global contexts Evaluates the dynamics of power, privilege and inequality and constructs appropriate interventions/responses to bias in both, diverse domestic and global contexts Demonstrates the dynamics of power, privilege and inequality and illustrates appropriate interventions/responses to bias in diverse domestic and/or global contexts Explains the dynamics of power, privilege and inequality and identifies appropriate interventions/responses to bias in at least one context: diverse domestic or global context 4. Demonstrates awareness of personal culture and biases and how these influence interactions/relationships in diverse domestic and global contexts Appraises personal culture and evaluates biases relating to gender, race, religion, social class, disability, age, or sexual orientation. Formulates how personal culture and biases influence interactions and relationships in both, diverse domestic and global contexts Examines personal culture and questions biases relating to gender, race, religion, social class, disability, age, or sexual orientation. Demonstrates how personal culture and biases influence interactions and relationships in diverse domestic and/or global contexts Recognizes personal culture and classifies biases relating to gender, race, religion, social class, disability, age, or sexual orientation. Explains how personal culture and biases influence interactions and relationships in at least one context: diverse domestic or global context 5.Demonstrates an ability to interact successfully with people from diverse domestic and global perspectives Appraises the complexity of elements of another culture in relation to its history, values, politics, communication styles, economy, or beliefs and practices in order to develop shared understanding and to suspend judgment in valuing her/his interactions with culturally different others from both, diverse domestic and global perspectives Examines the complexity of elements of another culture in relation to its history, values, politics, communication styles, economy, or beliefs and practices in order to employ a shared understanding and to suspend judgment in valuing her/his interactions with culturally different others from diverse domestic and/or global perspectives Describes the complexity of elements of another culture in relation to its history, values, politics, communication styles, economy, or beliefs and practices in order to identify a shared understanding and to suspend judgment in valuing her/his interactions with culturally different others from at least one perspective, diverse domestic or global 6. Understands and examines differing value systems to determine appropriate courses of action and decision making in the diverse work environment and the domestic and global community Evaluates differing cultural value systems and designs appropriate actions and decisions in the diverse work environment in both, domestic and global communities Interprets differing cultural value systems and chooses appropriate actions and decisions in the diverse work environment in domestic and/or global communities Explains differing cultural value systems and identifies appropriate actions and decisions in the diverse work environment in at least one context, domestic or global