MA-IBP Virtual Class

Join us for a virtual sample class,"Leadership and Your Lunch Plate: How National Culture Influences the Global Food Business" with Professor Michael O'LearyDiscover first-hand what you can expect to learn from Georgetown’s Master of Arts in International Business and Policy faculty.

This session provides a window into some of the topics that Prof. O'Leary covers in his Module 4 class on leadership and management across cultures. More specifically, the session will:

  • Highlight the 3-4 most well-known ways people have thought about culture (especially national, but also organizational) as it relates to business
  • Discuss how culture affects people's food production and consumption habits
  • Use a tangible example of a fast casual, sustainably-focused, US-based food company founded by Georgetown alumni to explore how their potential international expansion would relate to the national cultures of potential target markets
As an attendee of this event, you will receive an application fee waiver.*

The Master's in International Business and Policy blends the strengths, faculty, and curriculum of Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. The curriculum provides an understanding of the frameworks and mechanisms that drive business and international relations and explores those concepts in contemporary global issues. Designed for working professionals, the program is delivered over 12 months in a hybrid format with in-person and online classes.

*We are pleased to offer an application fee waiver for those who apply after attending an event.


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