Nowadays in the globalized and connected world the European markets are becoming more and more secular. However, there is sufficient evidence to conclude that the quality of some food products sold in the Central and Eastern European supermarkets is
Differences in the Perception of E-Learning Resources: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Logistics Students
The aim of this study is to analyse and compare online learning preferences of higher education students taking a degree in logistics both in Austria and the Czech Republic. It is sought to grasp aspects that support the acceptance of online learning material
Building a Global Education Collaboration Model Using Experiential Learning: A Fresh Look at Developing Intercultural Competence
Adapting to global business and interpersonal differences is a challenge in both higher education and industry. International education generally seeks to improve student intercultural competence; that is, improving an individual’s ability to work with
An increasing number of companies operates in international markets characterized by global competition, which requires continuous change throughout the organization. In such circumstances, it is hard to achieve sustained competitive advantage.
Mind the Culture Gap: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Tourism Destination Websites in Austria and the United Kingdom
Websites of destination marketing organisations (DMO’s) are important tools to market tourism destinations to prospective visitors. They provide an abundance of information for tourists and help them plan their visit to the destination or find inspiration
The global environment of organizations requires from management to respond promptly to the demands of a changing environment, both external and internal, requiring managers to continually develop their skills, especially in the area of soft skills.
Developing Intercultural Communication Competencies Using Various Learning Methods at a Media Communications Study Programme
Various previous researchers of journalism and media communication education demonstrated the necessity and importance for media workers to be competent in intercultural communication (IC).
Cultural Differences Between Learners and its Impact on the Development of Blended Learnings: An Analysis of Shift Supervisors in Austria, China, The Czech Republic, Great Britain, Indonesia And The United States
The education and training of employees is an elementary component of many companies. To ensure an efficient further education of employees, trainings should be optimally adapted to the respective target group. Here, among other things, the culture
The transfer of a business to the next generation is a very important issue entailing several different social and economic influences. Failed business successions cause a loss of jobs, company knowledge and innovation potential. Creating an environment
Using Innovation Hubs as Global Educational Collaboration Centers: Changing the International Education Model
This paper adapts existing international educational models to address collaborative education using innovation hubs as the coordinating mechanism. Our goal is to improve global engagement and mobility of students during their educational path