Managing the Global Network Corporation (Hardback)Bruce McKern (author)
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Based on the findings of a research project sponsored by the Carnegie Bosch Institute, this is an in depth study of current topics most relevant to international management, with each chapter covering a specific set of issues that confront major corporation managers. Topics include:
* Strategic integration and decision making
* Structuring of joint ventures
* Headquarters -subsidiary relationships and roles
* International adaptation of Human Resource Management and Process Reengineering practices
* New competences required of international managers and leaders.
Featuring contributors from the USA, Europe and Asia, this is a truly international collection that provides detailed analysis of the contemporary multinational enterprise in its global context.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 680 g
Dimensions: 248 x 171 x 22 mm
Roger Levien, President, Strategy & Innovation Consulting, Westport, CT and Santa Fe, NM."
-Roger Levien, President, Strategy & Innovation Consulting
"This is a valuable work addressing current management issues in global corporations. In my view, the critical role played by leadership and a comprehensive information system in global strategy development cannot be overstated, and I hope that this book will stimulate further research on these important issues.
Dott. Vitorio Merloni, President, Merloni Elettrodomestici."
-Vitorio Merloni, President, Merloni Elettrodomestici
"This book is particularly timely now, given the broad realization that the network organization is it. But how to make such organizations work effectively still leaves many unanswered questions. This book provides many of the answers.
Peter Lorange, President, International Institute for Management Development, Switzerland."
-Peter Lorange, President, International Institute for Management Development