You are asked to complete a research report in this course. A research report is an opportunity for you to practice and improve your research and writing skills. Plus, it allows you to review the details that others have observed and researched in the industry.
Search reliable sources. Write a report on one of the major topics listed below and incorporate at least five other related empirical studies of your choice.
Intercultural management and multiculturalism on a domestic and global scale
Diversity approaches in the workplace in the United States and the legislation surrounding it
The opportunities and challenges of managing a diverse workforce
Diversity with respect to differences such as gender, race, and nationality in a domestic and global workplace
Adaptation in an intercultural, multicultural, and multi-diverse business environment
Models of culture classifications
Business practices from cultures around the world
Approaches to culture in the workplace in the United States and globally
Diversity in a multicultural, intercultural and diverse business environment
The purpose of this research report is for you to culminate the learning achieved in the course by describing your understanding and application of knowledge in the field of intercultural management. The report must (a) identify the main issues in the chosen area, (b) contain and reference new learning that has occurred, (c) build upon class activities or incidents that facilitated learning and understanding, and (d) present specific current and/or future applications and relevance to the typical workplace. The research report should also focus on real-life, real-time application of topics covered in this course: the uses you have seen and the uses you can envision.
The research report
must be 8 to 10 double-spaced pages in length (not including the title page, table of contents, and references page);
must address the topic of the report with critical thought;
must use at least five empirical studies as references; and
must use APA style.
Use your own words, and include citations and references as needed to avoid plagiarism.