Managing cross-border transactions-legal framework, strategies and incentives from the participants.
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Disciplina/sAdministración y Dirección de Empresas
Materia/sOrganización y Gestión de Empresas
Managing a company requires taking actions and decisions every day. As being a legal entity, an abstract conglomerate of assets, contracts, rights and obligations, a company can only act and express intention through its managers. Whereas the company’s defined object is the purpose and direction for all actions and decisions taken by its managers, every step regarding the execution of the company’s object is in the end conducted by a human being, the manager. And as such, every action and decision, which is taken by the respective manager does not occur in a perfect rational vacuum, but is surrounded by traits, character, communication skills and experience of the respective manager. Are those actions and decisions really only surrounded by the individual features and factors of the manager, who takes them? Or might there be connections between management behaviour and the managing individual itself? Based on every-day experience, this question appears not to be easily negated...