A Cultural Perspective
Chapter 10: Cultural variations and organizational design
The success of a multinational and global organization depends on more than the collective skills, knowledge, and experience of its members and the selection of an appropriate strategy to match the demands of the global marketplace. An effective framework of organizing collective skills, knowledge, and experience is needed to operate across national borders and cultures. Organizational structure is such a framework.
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