In the first tutorial, we have discuss the international management and more focus on international. In my impression, international management refers to the enterprise management with international perspective, accord with international practice and the development trend, can efficient allocation of resources throughout the world. The tutor has introduce the international management. Through the interpretation of the tutor let me have some knowledge of international management slightly.
Here, I'd like to speak with management. Management is very important for a company. ‘if you want to be a successful manager you will have to learn not only new information, but new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving’ (Rhinesmith 1993) A good manager also needs to learn how to plan. Planning is essential for management. Therefore, I think a good management cannot leave the plan. Plan in the management of the more important position. In “Good fortune is what happens when planning meets with opportunity”. This quote was said by the famous American inventor and scientist Thomas Alva Edison. Planning had played such a huge role in this man’s success in life. Because he planned in his life, today we have the electric bulb, video camera and 2330 other devices, all invented by him.
In today’s highly competitive world, the keyword, ‘success’ has become the parameter to measure and judge a person. Great renowned successes like Edison, Madam Curie, Einstein and Venkatraman Ramakrishnan worked diligently, recording every single aspect of their experiments to achieve success. Through their careful planning, they showed the world how to achieve success in life. A good self-management is helpful to achieving both short-term and long-term goals. There are basically two main aspects including personal study and reflective practice. In fact, a good marketing expert must know how to effective manage a number of different issues so as to ensure a good order. Therefore, I will take...
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