Lobal Business Cultural Analysis on Singapore
Need a 24 page paper on Global Business Cultural Analysis on SingaporeNeeds to be APA format. I will attach files with additional information. Must answer theses questions within the paper What are the major elements and dimensions of culture in this region? (Hofstedes dimensions). These are required How are these elements and dimensions integrated by locals conducting business in the nation? How do both of the above items compare with US culture and business? (Do not waste space repeating the U.S. elements and dimensions i?? we already know those).What are the implications for US businesses that wish to conduct business in that region? How does Singapore culture effect who they do business with? What is Singapores role in international business?What impact does Singapore have on business globally? Who are Singapores biggest allies? It is important to look at the assigned research questions attached file it Is vital information you will need. when writing the paper. I attached a bibliography page you can use those to help if you need more Scholarly sources use them remember to site in APA format.Tables, illustrations or other graphics will be subtracted from the total of the twenty-four (24) pages of narrative text required for this project.
Page numbering should begin on the page with the Introduction.
? Avoid using personal pronouns anywhere in the GBCA. Employ third person objectivity.
? Avoid any hanging headings or subheadings (i??orphansi??) at the bottom of a page without at least a line or two of text following.
Writing the i??Abstracti??
The abstract is a brief summary of the paper, allowing readers to quickly
review the main points and purpose of the paper. The abstract should be
between 150-250 words. Abbreviations and acronyms used in the paper
should be defined in the abstract.
The word i??Abstracti?? should be centered and typed in 12 point font. Do
not indent the first line of the abstract paragraph. All other paragraphs
in the paper should be indented.
Writing the i??Introduction.i??
The introduction presents the problem that the paper addresses. You may also include some brief and concise information about the history, geography and climate about the country if you can show a direct relationship to the development of its culture. If such information is included, the Introduction should not exceed more than one or two pages in length.
Writing the narrative
? Remember, the four research questions are to be your four first-level headings. Change them from questions to statements.
? Remember to include a SWOT Analysis under the fourth heading. The SWOT applies entirely to the country you are researching, not the U.S. This would be a second-level subheading.
? Include another second-level subheading for the FDI Analysis
? Remember to include a subheading for the cultural adaptations and accommodations an American business enterprise should expect to make when operating within your country. This should follow the FDI and precede the Conclusion. It would also be a second-level heading.
Writing the i??Conclusioni??
The conclusion restates the problem the paper addresses and can offer areas
for further research. Treat this like a first-level heading.
More information about the above topics and other components can be found in the APA Style Guide.
Finally, when you are finished with the research, you will want to know if opening business operations in your selected country would, on the whole, be a good idea or not. You do not need to prove the country is a good candidate for overseas expansion. It may not be. That is one of the reasons a SWOT Analysis should be included under the fourth research question, and would be a second-level subheading: SWOT Analysis. To develop this, use third-level subheadings, and these would only have the first word capitalized. For example:
National strengths that may affect an American enterprise
National weaknesses that may affect an American enterprise
National opportunities that may affect an American enterprise
National threats that may affect an American enterprise
Treat the FDI segment the same way, using third-level subheadings to develop it.
Lets assume you are fairly new to international business, so tread carefully about expanding your business operations into your selected country. You can present your recommendations in the Conclusion of your GBCA. (But avoid using personal pronouns).