Cross Cultural Management Summit March 6-8

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BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORDA – The primary purpose of this summit is to provide a structured forum for scholars and professionals to work together toward solving real-world cross cultural management problems using the very best in evidence-based science and practice.

CROSS-CULTURAL-180-1“Our hope is that by bringing top scholars and top global executives together, we can begin to bridge the science-practitioner gap in cross cultural management,” said the organizers.

This summit will allow global professionals to learn about and leverage high quality science and research in cross cultural management and allow scholars to learn directly from professionals about the issues and problems being faced in today’s global work environment.

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Cross Cultural Management Summit
Alumni Affairs / Florida Institute of Technology
150 W. University Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32901-6975
Phone: (321) 674-7190  |  Fax: (321) 674-7210  |

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Summit presentations and related activities will involve a top-notch line up of thought leaders in cross-cultural management, including:

Keynote Speakers
Dr. Paul Hanges, University of Maryland
Dr. Scott Erker, Development Dimensions International (DDI)
Dr. Winston Sieck, Global Cognition
Dir. Craig Runde, Center for Conflict Dynamics
Dr. Rich Roberts, Educational Testing Service (ETS)
Dr. Marissa Shuffler, Clemson University
Mr. Michael McCloskey, 361 Interactive
Dr. Borislava Manojlovic, Seton Hall University
Dr. Zachary N. J.Horn, APTIMA Human-Centered Engineering
Dr. Sharon Glazer, University of Baltimore
MAJ Jonathan Brown, Marine Corps Security Cooperation Group