Refer to the USA Library of Congress Catalogue, and a brief search of books published between and will yield a list of more than 5, titles published during that period alone. Over the last decade countries and their labour markets have made great strides towards global integration. This ongoing globalisation of the labour market has drawn increasing attention from business commentators, who fall broadly into three groups. First there are the sceptics:
To be global or not to be global—is that one question? Learning Objectives Understand how globalization and its changing wave impact product markets, business models, companies and management—and why such impact has been mounting and changing over time.
Unscramble "global" and decode expressions such as "international," "multinational," "transnational," etc. Delineate the concepts and specificities of "global strategy" and the relevance of time with the separate consideration of "internationalization strategy.
Why go "against a sea of troubles"? Learning Objectives Analyze how internationalization enables companies to increase their value propositions and understand the nature of such benefits. Learn how to evaluate potential internationalization strategies.
Anticipate the organizational and individual challenges of internationalization. Is it easier when you have a paragon at home? Learning Objectives Analyze how internationalization enables companies to exploit home-based advantage and appreciate the nature of such advantage.
Identify when a country or a cluster is the optimal place in the world for a given business or industry. Design an internationalization strategy based on home-based advantage.
Learning Objectives Analyze how internationalization enables firms to enhance their home-based advantage. Understand the resource-based view to explain internationalization.
Analyze the desirability and difficulty of building and exploiting a "virtual diamond". Shimano Building Metanational Advantage: To be national or not to be national—is that the question? Learning Objectives Understand how companies can build global advantage by melding knowledge that is dispersed around the world.
Appreciate the different nature of metanational advantage relative to straight or augmented home-base advantage—especially in the case of "global startups". Learn the organizational capabilities to build metanational advantage and the significant challenges posed by such endeavor.
Exporter or multinational—is that an option? Learning Objectives Recognize how globalization and information and communication technologies have opened up the possibilities for global business so that even a local company must contemplate a global strategy. Analyze different global business models such as pure exporter, global business network, international alliance, or multinational company.
Consider the specific challenges of "going global" from an emergent market—and the specific challenges for developed market multinationals to compete with emerging market multinationals. Haier Global Integration and National Responsiveness: Global and local—is that an imperative?
Understand how local rootedness and local adaptation impact performance.
Realize the managerial and organizational challenges posed by global integration and by national responsiveness. Can you weld uniformity in different places? Learning Objectives Realize how the local environment shapes business and organizational choices. Appreciate the complexity of local adaptation and how it is not just about products, prices or business models but also about organization.
Learn about traditional "localization" and how it has changed with globalization. Understand the roles of local managers and of expatriates in local adaptation. Lincoln Global Strategy and Knowledge Management: How do you spread it all over the world?
Learning Objectives Understand the growth and challenges of sharing "best-practices" and of "global knowledge management" in multinational companies. Learn about contemporary strategies and tools for knowledge management in multinational companies while realizing the pros and cons of technology-mediated communication.
Analyze the relationship between knowledge management and global strategy.Key Stage 5 Year 13 () A level Geography Introduction and Overview Without Geography, you’re nowhere, Geography is our world, Geography is going places! Geography is about people and places and how they interact. Geographical education • Unit 1 Global Challenge: o Theme 1 Going Global o Theme 2 The World at Risk.
Identify levels of analysis in geography (world / region / country / site) and in business (industry / company / local unit). Delineate the concepts and specificities of "global strategy" and the relevance of time with the separate consideration of "internationalization strategy.".
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