1. develop your final research paper. For each reference

1.     Choose a research question related to the Canadian Business ContextWhat Abilities Should Managers Have in a Globalization Environment?2.    Explain the research question and the rationale for your choice.The research question focus on finding out the abilities managers need to obtain, so that they can compete in globalization environment. I want to study this research question because today’s mutual connection among countries becomes stronger than ever, which created an inevitable trend about globalization. Therefore, I think it seems necessary for managers who play crucial roles in their organizations to adapt this change and to maintain their organizations in such competitive international environment through mastering certain abilities.3.    Provide two reasons as how your research topic will help managers in organizations.I think my research topic will be beneficial for managers in organizations. Firstly, my research topic can help managers realize the importance of globalization. They need to know that globalization environment not only will provide managers desirable opportunities, but also push them into an extremely high-competitive environment where has no way to play safe.  What is more, my research topic explores some useful abilities that managers can use in international competition. It helps managers to practice their skills in a correct direction and manage their organization more effectiveness and efficiency.4.    List the academic references which you will use to develop your final research paper.  For each reference write three sentences that synthesize the paper’s findings. (4 marks)Yu, C. J., Jyh-Liang, G., Kuo-Pin, Y., & Yu-Ching, C. (2005). Developing the Skills for International Business Management: The implications of the management education Opportunity Grid. Journal Of Teaching In International Business, 16(4), 5-26. doi:10.1300/J066v16n04_02. This academic article unfolds two main issues. Firstly, how a company choose its international manager, then assess Taiwan’s education level in global management. Secondly, what kind of skills a professional international manager needs to have, and to what degree can a Taiwan’s university graduate master those skills. There are a hundred and eight administrators be surveyed and a Management Education Opportunity Grid is built in the articles. As a result, three findings are found in this exploratory study. First, a company pay most attention to foreign language ability, international business experience, and global expertise when selecting an international manager. Second, educational programs hardly satisfy all the demand from the business world. Third, the most critical seven skills an international manager requires to have are communication, learning, adaptive, initiative, language,  business ethics, and self-control. The authors also suggest educational institutions put more effort into the urgent area.?opaci?ska, K. (2012). Cultural Differences in the Context of Managing an International Corporation with Swedish and Chinese Capital. Research Papers Of The Wroclaw University Of Economics / Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego We Wroclawiu, (256), 174-184. This academic article mentions that multinational companies become more and more popular because of the globalization and economic growth. Corporations can corporate and receive benefit from the agreement of mergers, which lead a new challenge to the managers: cultural differences. The author introduces that the association between employee behaviours and cross-cultural management, culture dimensions and management mode. It observes and analyzes the change of management style during the merger between Geely Automobile (Chinese company) and Volvo (Swedish car brand), and how these multinational companies operate efficiently within cultural intelligence managers by adding appropriate cultural elements in the local country, and setting cultural standards for their employee.Iorgulescu, M., & Ravar, A. S. (2014). Expatriate Hotel Managers’ Perspective on Cross-Cultural Skills. SEA: Practical Application Of Science, 2(1), 254-265. With the growth of globalization, various of studies about international management are spurting from different organizations, except the hotel industry in Romania. However, there are many hotel chains operate outside of their own countries and aim to work in the Romanian market, which put expatriates in a primary position to the success. After interviewing the expatriate hotel managers in Bucharest, the authors find out that most critical management ability for hotel expatriate managers is cross-culture ability, and parent hotel companies should provide cross-cultural training programs for their managers who governed the subsidiaries abroad. Also, they suggest international hotel chains to give more chances to expatriates, which enhance their speed in integrating into a new cultural environment.