Attitudes Managers Might Have toward International Business

At the same time, some managers view the development of international business as the new stage of the business development. These managers stand on the ground that the development of international business is inevitable and they attempt to adapt their organizations and strategies to the international business development. Basically, these managers do not support or oppose international business. They just attempt to adapt to the international business development, the process of globalization and trends that accompany these processes.

Thus, taking into account all above mentioned, it is important to place emphasis on the fact that managers may have absolutely different attitudes to international business. In fact, their views on international business are determined by the impact of international business on the performance and position of their organizations in the market. Obviously, if international business has a positive impact on their organizations they support it, if negative – they oppose it.

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