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2017年06月05日

The Business and Intercultural Negotiation Conference

Developing synergies across international business, English as a lingua franca & intercultural communication.

日時:July the 1st and 2nd 2017

場所:関西大学 外国語学部 岩崎記念館

Chris Bates

The Ethological and Cultural roots of Different Negotiation Styles

Individuals adopt different Negotiation styles with widely varying expectations and behaviors regarding 'fair play', 'good outcomes', sharing of information, reliance on established relations or formal agreements and other factors. This variation in expectations and behaviors is greatly impacted by pre-cultural animal/human behaviors and features of the cultural landscape.

Tim Craig

Building cultural understanding in the classroom: Teaching business cases on Japan's cultural industries

Cultural understanding is essential for successfully conducting business and negotiations in a globalized world. It can be built using cultural industry business cases. For example,"AKB48: The Making of a Pop Idol Juggernaut" gives both Japanese and non-Japanese students a better understanding of Japanese culture and how it differs from that of other countries. What are the keys to AKB48's success in Japan, and to what extent can the group's success be replicated in different cultural settings, such as China, Indonesia, and North America?

Kumiko Murata

ELF (English as a Lingua Franco) research in business and workplace settings

What are the differences between ELF & World Englishes? ELF in business settings (BELF) can be divided into two types: ESP-oriented and ELF-oriented, or most recently both are combined as BELF research because business negotiation takes place borderless with people from varying linguacultural backgrounds in this globalized world. What is the difference between European and Japanese based BELF research? And what direction can BELF research take in the future?

Miyuki Takino

Becoming BELF users: learning to communicate in English at work

Curtis Kelly

Business Simulations

Dieter Bollmann

Pervasivity: A New Criterion for World English Classification

Rab Paterson

Creative, Innovative and Design Thinking Routines for Business and Teaching Professionals: A Hands-on Approach

Donna Fujimoto

Contrast Culture Method Training Workshop

Gerry Yokota

An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure: Enhance Your Professional Qualifications with Diversity Awareness Training

Richard Miller

Industry-related Programs in Business English Education

Rob Peacock

Preparing Students for Effective International Communication

Greg Rouault

Cross-cultural Communication Clashes: A Simulation Task Game

Cameron Romney

Business English or General English course books for preexperience learners: What's the better choice?

Sachie Banks

Negotiating Identity through Intercultural Language Learning Projects

John Cruft

Upgrading our Business English classes: Instant tips for more effective communication

Saeko Ujiie

Language Policy and Multilingualism: Case in Singapore and Implication to Japan

James Yellowlees

Innovative Business English Learning Solutions

Rab Paterson

The Implications of Going Google for Businesses and Business Students

Tomoko Sugihashi

Business Study Tour Experience in Shanghai

Brent Jones

The Experience Economy and Teachers Helping Teachers Work in Kyrgyzstan

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