|Provider||Grenoble School of Management|
Examine the opportunities and limits of global cooperation.
We live in a wonderfully diverse world. This course examines to what extent global cooperation is possible despite significant cultural, institutional, and environmental differences. It explores the question how ideological confrontations endanger international cooperation and evaluates beliefs about the “clash of civilisations”.
This course will be of particular interest of students of related subjects and professionals who work for international Non-governmental Organizations or IGOs. It will also be especially useful to negotiators who are often confronted with intercultural perspectives and differences. The course, however, does not require any prerequisites and is open for everyone.
This course is available in English and partly translated into French. While you can take the course at your own pace, it is recommended that you complete it within 4 weeks dedicating around 12 hours in total to course work, watching videos, engaging in discussions and exploring interactive exercises.