Global Corporate Communication
• Understand globalization and its impact on corporate communication
• Understand principles of global corporate communication that can help you design a global communication strategy for your employer
• Understand how societal culture, media culture, political system, and economic system vary from country to country and region to region thus posing challenges for global corporate communication
• Apply your knowledge in this class to analyse how an organization in a different country dealt with a crisis to its reputation
• teaches you to understand the communication principles for organizations of different types (corporations, NGOs, government agencies) in different parts of the world.
• Helps you relate to rapid globalization including the explosion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as it relates to corporate communication
• Provides you with insights on the communication principles that you can use to set global communication programs for multinational organizations
• Discusses cultural differences that influence how the global communication program is applied in different parts of the world
• Stresses application of concepts to practical situations with a small-group case study exercise
In sum, this course helps you better understand global corporate communication preparing you to either work with a multinational organization in your professional career or to prepare you for a research career in international communication. This course also seeks to encourage critical thinking through in-class discussions.
Group project; in-class discussions among peers as well as with the professor
This class follows USI regulations on attendance.
• Written Examination – 6 pts (60% of the total grade)
• Case Study Analysis – Written paper 2.5 pts (25 % of the total grade)
• Case Study oral presentation - .5 pt (5 % of the total grade)
• Professionalism and Course participation 1 pt (10 % of the grade)
Sriramesh, K., & Vercic, D. (2020). The Global Public Relations Handbook: Theory, Research, and Practice. New York: Routledge.
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Master of Science in Communication and Economics in Marketing and Transformative Economy, Corso a scelta, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Common Good, 2° anno
Master of Science in Communication in Media Management, Corso a scelta, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Common Good, 2° anno