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The Performance Benefits of Online Global Management Education

artwork Murad Abel Global education is rising as students now work in varying countries and capacities not seen a few decades ago. Researchers Taras, et. al (2013) studied online international education have come to some conclusions about its success. They used experiential learning theory, social learning theory, and intergroup contact theory to effectively determine the success of virtual classrooms across borders. They evaluated the management education based upon reactions, learning, attitudes, behaviors, and performance. Their findings indicate that global online management has great potential.  Business schools are not yet meeting challenges to develop global managers at a sufficient level for businesses. Schools do offer some international education in terms of case studies, videos, and other possible indirect interactions with international students. These are not yet adequate to meeting modern challenges and online international groups may be more effective for hi