PRIME Business Rehearses in the Pacific Edge/Latin America Prof. K. Ravi Kumar Bad habit Dignitary for Worldwide Project.


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PRIME Business Practices in the Pacific Rim/Latin America Prof. K. Ravi Kumar Vice Dean for International Programs

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Improve mindfulness and comprehension of the financial, institutional, political, and social issues that are important in working together in Latin America and Asia. Build up a worldwide attitude. Look into the business difficulties and open doors abroad with those in the U.S. Experience diverse business, social, political, and social connections. Coordinate and apply the systems, models, instruments, and ideas from your center classes to worldwide certifiable settings. Comprehend the difficulties and chances of working together in worldwide markets. Course Objectives APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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Curriculum Design 6 2-hour sessions gave to nation particular direction ( Marshall staff and nation pros ) 5 days spent going to organizations and establishments on location ( business officials/industry experts ) Final presentations APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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Course Components Country Specific Lectures Team Projects Midterm Field Trip in the vicinity Presentations APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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PRIME Sites China Beijing/Tianjin Shanghai/Hangzhou Hong Kong/Shenzhen Japan Kyoto/Osaka/Tokyo Singapore/Thailand Singapore/Bangkok Chile/Brazil Santiago/Sao Paulo Mexico/Cuba Mexico City/Havana USA Chicago/Milwaukee APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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1997-2004 Comparison * Canceled China and Singapore because of SARS APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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Beijing/Tianjin Coca Cola Legend Makro Beijing Futian ICBC Bank Yanjing Beer Nokia Motorola Tinghsin International APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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Shanghai/Hangzhou Shanghai GM Bank of Shanghai Shimao Group Shanghai Video & Audio AIA Baoshan Iron & Steel Wahaha CITIC APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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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

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Kyoto/Osaka/Tokyo Sharp Universal Studios Canon Asia Pacific Land Fast Retailing (UNIQLO) Daikin Nissan APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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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

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Singapore/Bangkok Cisco Systems SembCorp Logistics Merrill Lynch MTV GMM Grammy CP Group Canon Hi-Tech Philips Semiconductors APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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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

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Chicago/Milwaukee United Boeing Sara Lee Harley Davidson Abbott Lab W.W. Grainger Motorola Tribune Company APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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Faculty Organization PRIME Country Desk Officers China/Hong Kong Japan 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

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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: prime@marshall.usc.edu Professor Ravi Kumar, Vice Dean Anakkarat Barth, Director Elaine Padilla, Assistant Director Bernice Taylor, Program Coordinator Plus staff from the Program Office and different parts of Marshall APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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IMPRESSIONS "Phenomenal experience on essentially all fronts! Program, as I would see it, did totally perform its objective to give us a feeling of Pac Rim administration hones & valuation for "How it\'s Done" not quite the same as and like the US." "The personnel gave incredible bits of knowledge into the organizations we went by. I was hugely awed by their aptitude and polished skill. Gigantic included worth." "Took in a great deal through the counseling venture, applying and incorporating data learned in different classes all through the main year." "PRIME, more than anything, recognizes the USC MBA program. Pleasant employment by the workforce and staff. Worth the cost of confirmation." "I was massively awed with the notoriety, mastery and nature of the members in the project. It was serious, energizing, worth each penny to get the data from the steed\'s mouth & from the source. The effect of voyaging … for the direct experience. Inestimable!! Do it once more!" APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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IMPRESSIONS "It was truly awesome to have the capacity to go into a nation where the way of life and way of life are so not the same as the US yet at the same time interface with the general population because of such great arranging and educators." "The organizations were extraordinary, the spots phenomenal, and the teachers educational." "The USC Prime Program was the greatest motivation for me to dare to LA and seek after my MBA advantages in California. In the wake of having experienced the project, I was more than consoled that I settled on the right choice in examining here at USC. What\'s more, I would prescribe this project to anybody keen on getting a MBA with such rich merits that USC can offer." "I found out about the business world outside the U.S. I figured out how business is led in China. Adored the excursion!" APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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General PRIME Timeline July 2003 Deadline to turn in PRIME survey & travel permit and visa duplicates (Located in Must Do Section. Come back to MBA Program Office) November 2003 Site Information Sessions Website Open to Rank webpage December 2003 Site Announcements  Site Assignment Bilateral Trade January 2004 Site Assignment Bilateral Trade Ends Website open for Roommate Selection Vaccination suggested, not required (consult with your specialist) APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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General PRIME Timeline February 2004 Website Open for Project Selection Roommate Selection closes 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 location) Final Projects Due APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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Website www.marshall.usc.edu/prime APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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Safety is Our # 1 Priority! Screen circumstances on every single PRIME site Communications with neighborhood accomplices, graduated class and business group in PRIME nations US State Department, CDC, WHO travel notices USC Policies Cancelation of excursions APRU Internationalization Workshop, Beijing, Feb 2004

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