ICMIND – International Business

International Business


Q1.  How could William H. Pickney acculturate himself in India?

Q2.  What lessons can Pickney convey to similar other expatriates?


Q1. What routes of globalization has the Mayor group chosen to go global? What other routes could it have taken?

Q2. What impediments are coming in the Mayor group’s way becoming a major and active player in international business?

Q3. Why is ‘Made in India’ not liked in foreign markets? What can be done to erase the perception?


Q1. Why did Arvind Mills choose globalization as major route to achieve growth when domestic market was huge?

Q2. How does lifting of Country-wise quota regime’ help Arvind Mills?

Q3. What lessons can other Indain business learn from the experience of Arvind Mills?


Q1. What lessons can other MNCs learn from the experience of McDonald’s?

Q2.  Aware of the food habits of Indians, why did McDonald’s err in mixing beef extract in the oil used for fries?

Q3. How far has McDonald’s succeeded in strategizing and meeting local cultures and needs?


Q1. Which of the theories of International trade can help Indian services providers gain competitive edge over their competitors?

Q2. Pick up some Indian services providers. With the help of Michael Porter’s diamond, analyze their strengths and weaknesses as active players in BPO.


Q1. What is technology? How does it differ from science?

Q2. Describe the different phases of technology management?

Q3. Bring out the impact of technology on: (a) Society, (b) Economy, and (c) A plant.

Q4. What is technology transfer? What are the directions of such transfers?

Q5. Bring out the stages in technology transfer.

Q6. Explain the issues involved in international technology transfers.



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