Part 1 – 450 wordsThe Chairwoman of Board of Directors has selected you to lead the effort to create an international internship program for your organization. You will be leading a cross-cultural virtual team, including the vice president (VP) of human resources and department heads from all areas of the organization from its locations throughout the United States. The team is responsible for developing a 3-month summer program for 50 international interns. The international interns will be selected from university programs in their home country, will travel to the organization?s U.S. locations, will live and work in the United States, and then may have the potential to be offered a permanent position with the organization.Using the Bloomberg Businessweek B-school connection program, research global organizational culture and respond to the following questions:What best practices do you recommend for leading a virtual cross-cultural team? What is the difference between leading a U.S.-based virtual cross-cultural team and a global virtual cross-cultural team?What are the legal or regulatory factors that the team needs to consider for the interns to be employed in the United States?How will the organization onboard the interns and introduce them to U.S. culture? What types of activities can be hosted for the interns to celebrate their diversity?What are the benefits of the international internship program to the interns and to the organization?Provide a reference list at the end of your primary task response of at least 5 articles from Bloomberg Businessweek B-school connection program, and include in-text citations for the articles in APA format.Part 2 – 1000 wordsRespond to the following scenario with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. Be substantive and clear, and use research to reinforce your ideas.It has been a year since the new CEO has been on the job, and the organization has seen sustainable growth. The former CEO came out of retirement to be elected the Chairwoman of the Board of Directors. At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors, the Chairwoman of the Board discussed the possible investment opportunities in the energy industry. She has asked you to prepare a case study on an energy company to establish if it is a good choice to include in the company?s investment portfolio.Using CTU Library resources, choose a company in the energy industry and prepare a case study that addresses the following points:Introduction: Including a description of the company, its industry, and its business context.Organizational analysis: Including the company?s leadership, market, operations, finances, performance, and regulatory environment.Critical incidents: Including any stories of the organization?s challenges or achievements. How did it overcome the challenges? How did it accomplish its achievements?Investment potential: Including any of its current issues that need to be addressed or its potential goals for growth.Recommendation: Including how the investment might help the organization to address its current issues or realize its potential for growth.Provide a reference list at the end of your case study of at least 10 CTU Library articles and include in-text citations for the articles in APA format.
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