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Júpiter - Sistema de Gestão Acadêmica da Pró-Reitoria de Graduação


Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade
 
Contabilidade e Atuária
 
Disciplina: EAC0224 - Business environment in Brazil and global talent development

Créditos Aula: 2
Créditos Trabalho: 0
Carga Horária Total: 30 h
Tipo: Semestral
Ativação: 01/01/2022 Desativação:

Objetivos
Course Brief The content to be discussed in this course aims at providing conditions for a better comprehension of main aspects related to business and organizations in a true global world, especially focusing on characteristics of Brazil and other economies. Not only aspects related to the markets (macro), but also aspects related to many elements in organizations (micro), with special focus on people and management, are all explored in this course. The ultimate goal is for students to experience a proper educational environment to support building critical opinion and technical tools for a more effective and efficient presence in a global business environment. Course Goals and Learning Objectives By successfully concluding the program, students will be able to analyze aspects of talent development focusing on a global market and the Brazilian business environment, illustrate Brazilian socioeconomic and cultural aspects and discuss the influence of Brazilian characteristics on the performance of individuals and organizations. It is anticipated an in-depth conceptual review, followed by weekly discussions about the course topics. Specific readings will assist students in constructing the main concepts and the discussions, with real world examples, will offer proper environment to reflect on the subjects.
 
Docente(s) Responsável(eis)
73235 - Edgard Bruno Cornacchione Junior
 
Programa Resumido
1. BRAZILIAN SOCIOECONOMIC AND CULTURAL CONTEXT 2. BRAZILIAN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 3. LEGAL AND FORMAL ASPECTS IMPACTING ORGANIZATIONS AND BUSINESS 4. GLOBAL ECONOMY AND MARKETS 5. AGRICULTURAL, MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE INDUSTRIES 6. INFLATION, INTEREST AND EXCHANGE RATES 7. PLANNING AND CONTROL IN ORGANIZATIONS 8. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT
 
Programa
1. BRAZILIAN SOCIOECONOMIC AND CULTURAL CONTEXT 1.1 History, evolution and potential 1.2 Geopolitical aspects 1.3 Language and uses 1.4 Typical behaviors 2. BRAZILIAN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 2.1 Characteristics, perspectives and trends for the business area in Brazil 2.2 Organizational culture in Brazil 3. LEGAL AND FORMAL ASPECTS IMPACTING ORGANIZATIONS AND BUSINESS 3.1 Characteristics and frame of reference 4. GLOBAL ECONOMY AND MARKETS 4.1 History and perspectives (BRICs, G7, G20) 4.2 Indicators 4.3 Regional markets 5. AGRICULTURAL, MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE INDUSTRIES 5.1 Antecedents and context 6. INFLATION, INTEREST AND EXCHANGE RATES 6.1 Past, present and future 7. PLANNING AND CONTROL IN ORGANIZATIONS 7.1 Brazilian cases and global context 8. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT 8.1 Brazilian cases and global context
 
Avaliação
     
Método
LEARNING ASSESSMENT The learnings assessment method includes: 1. Expository classes; 2. Reading and discussion of technical and scientific articles; 3. Classroom discussions of practical cases; 4. Individual activities: exercises, quizzes and tests; 5. Group activities: exercises, case solving, seminars and assignments. SKILLS AND ATTITUDES DEVELOPED: It is expected that the teaching-learning methods used will develop the student's capacity for critical analysis, teamwork and improvement of student’s judgment skills different contexts.
Critério
Criterion: Final evaluation will be expressed by a value between zero and ten (0 to 10). To pass the course, student must have a minimum value of 5 (five) and minimum attendance of 70%. Less than 70% of attendance will cause course failure, regardless of the value. Less than a value of three (3) will cause course failure, regardless of the attendance.)
Norma de Recuperação
Re-assessment: According to USP regulations, students above a minimum value of three (3) and bellow a value of five (5) will be offered a chance to take a re-assessment, in case they have reached the required minimum attendance level. The final grade will be calculated by the average between the first grade and re-assessment grade. To pass the course, student must have a minimum value of 5 (five) in the final grade after the re-assessment.
 
Bibliografia
     
Readings and course materials: Amado, G. & Brasil, H. V. (1991). Organizational behaviors and cultural context: The Brazilian ‘jeitinho.’ International Studies of Management and Organizations, 21(3), 38-61. Baer, W. (2008). The Brazilian economy: Growth and Development. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. (Ch 1) Boudreau, J. W. & Ramstad, P. M. (2007). Beyod HR: The new science of Human Capital. Boston, MA: HBS. Casella, P. B. (2010). BRIC Brasil, Rússia, Índia, China e África do Sul: uma perspectiva de cooperação internacional. São Paulo: Atlas. (Ch 3). Ciulla, J. B. (2000). The working life. Neww York: Three Rivers. (Ch 1) Gallagher, K. P. & Porzecanski, R. (2010). The dragon in the room. Stanford, CA: Stanford U. Press. (Ch 1, 7) Harberer, P. R., & Kohan, A. F. (2007). Desenvolvendo líderes globais na América Latina. McKinsey Quarterly, Edição Especial 2007, 47-55. McGregor, J. (2005). One billion customers. New York: Free Press. (Ch. 8) Mulder, N., Oliveira-Martins, J. (2004). Trade and competitiveness in Argentina, Brazil and Chile: Not as easy as A-B-C. OECD. O’Keefe, H. & O’Keefe, W. M. (2004). Business behaviors in Brazil and the USA. International Journal of Social Economics, 31(5/6), 614-622. Perkowski, J. (2008). Managing the dragon. New York: Crown Business. (Ch 16-17) Ressler, C. & Thompson, J. (2008). Why work sucks and how to fix it. New York: Penguin. (Ch 1). Roett, R. (2010). The new Brazil. Washington, DC: Brookings. (Ch 1, 8, 9) Smith, L. C. (2010). The world in 2050. New York: Dutton Adult. (Ch 2-3) Tanure, B. & Duarte, R. G. (2005). Leveraging competitiveness upon national cultural traits: The management of people in Brazilian companies. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 16(12), 2201-2217. World Bank (2009). Doing Business 2009. http://www.doingbusiness.org/ExploreEconomies/?economyid=28 Supplemental readings: Bandeira, M. (1998). Relações Brasil-EUA no contexto da globalização. São Paulo: SENAC. Farina, E. M. M. Q. (ed.) (1997). Estudos de caso em agribusiness II. São Paulo, Pioneira. Gannon, M. J. (2004). Understanding global cultures, 3rd. ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Online readings in psychology and culture for cross-cultural research. http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~culture/introduction.htm Zylbersztajn, D. (ed.) (1993). Estudos de caso em agribusiness. Porto Alegre: Ortiz. Zylbersztajn, D. & Neves, M. F. (org) (2000). Economia e gestão dos negócios agroalimentares. São Paulo, Pioneira. ADITIONAL SOURCES OF LITERATURE (Journals) Revista de Administração da USP, Revista Contabilidade e Finanças Revista de Administração Contemporânea, International HRD… Extras: GARCIA, Eugênio V. “I have no thought of returning to Rio…” Revendo as notas do Sr. Christie sobre o Brasil. Cadernos do CHDD. Rio de Janeiro, Ano 1, nº 1, 2002, p. 119-134. Internet resources and webpages of special interest for the course Center for Research Libraries, Chicago. Latin American Microfilm Project, Brazilian Government Document Digitization Project, http://brazil.crl.edu Centro Brasileiro de Estudos Latino-Americanos, www.cebela.org.br Versão integral on-line do livro Textos políticos da História do Brasil, BONAVIDES, Paulo & AMARAL, Roberto. Brasília, Senado Federal, 2003, 10 v. Library of Congress, Handbook of Latin American Studies, http://lcweb2.loc.gov/hlas Historia de las Relaciones Exteriores de la República Argentina. ESCUDÉ, Carlos & CISNEROS, Andrés. Buenos Aires, Grupo Editor Latinoamericano/CARI, 2000, 14 v. Disponível no endereço: www.argentina-rree.com/historia.htm Foreign Relations of the United States, série histórica do Departamento de Estado, Universidade de Wisconsin, EUA, http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/FRUS Portal de Periódicos da CAPES, CIAONET e JSTOR - Acesso pela Intratec do MRE mediante login e senha, http://intratec.mre.gov.br/consultivas Banco de Teses da CAPES/MEC, http://servicos.capes.gov.br/capesdw Biblioteca Digital Brasileira de Teses e Dissertações, IBICT/Ministério da Ciência e Tecnologia, http://bdtd2.ibict.br RELNET (site brasileiro de referência em Relações Internacionais) - www.relnet.com.br Centro Virtual de Estudos Históricos, USP, www.fflch.usp.br/dh/ceveh/public_html SciELO Brazil (Scientific Electronic Library Online), www.scielo.br José Bonifácio, Obra completa, www.obrabonifacio.com.br WWW Virtual Library, History Central Catalogue, http://vlib.iue.it Revista de História da Biblioteca Nacional, www.revistadehistoria.com.br CPDOC/FGV, www.cpdoc.fgv.br Google Acadêmico (Brasil) - http://scholar.google.com.br Pesquisa em bibliotecas selecionadas de Brasília, www.senado.gov.br/sf/biblioteca Estante Virtual - Aquisição de livros usados no Brasil, www.estantevirtual.com.br Biblioteca Digital da FUNAG, www.funag.gov.br/biblioteca-digital 60 minutes (dez/2010), http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7143554n
 

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