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John is a great lecturer and tutor - I was lucky enough to be in his class during his final teaching semester and he is now retired. Everything in Transnational Management is based on one foundational concept. Understand that and you'll be fine. A lot of the concepts seem like common sense, but the hard part is using the correct/relevant terminology and reasoning in your answer.
Anonymous, Autumn session, 2016
Lecturer is very helpful by checking your homework and always engage the students. If you are active, it will benefit you.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
The lecturer doesn't like Chinese.