Also, when he and his colleagues at Eastern Michigan University designed and first introduced EMU's course on Managing World Business Communication, it was among the first time the subject was taught as a regular offering in an AACSB-accredited school. He has consulted since the mid-1980's, mostly in the area of international business communication, expatriate relocation and diversity management for a range of clients including school systems, hospital networks and city governments as well as a wide range of companies in the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan and Europe including GEMA, Bayer, General Motors, Ford, Bosch, Nissan, Continental, Lear, Yazaki, IBM, Spartan Stores, Metaldyne, American Axle and Thyssen Krupp.
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