Leadership and Communication in the International Business Environment International business dictates that leadership has specific communication requirements quite different than domestic business endeavors. Internationalization has created a more diverse environment in which leaders must consider numerous perspectives. “The expansion of international finance and financial markets, the spread of knowledge facilitated by improved communication, the widespread availability and use of technology, the active expansion of multinational firms, the decoupling and decentralization of economic activities within and between firms, the blurring of nationality of multinational, reductions in barriers to trade and investment, the increased importance...The end:
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