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Transforming International Organizations

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Transforming International Organizations

9781858987217 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by the late William G. Egelhoff, formerly Associate Professor of Management Systems, Fordham University, US
Publication Date: 1998 ISBN: 978 1 85898 721 7 Extent: 640 pp
International strategies and the organizational designs of multinational corporations are in a period of transition; the dominant designs of the recent past are gone and new dominant designs have not yet emerged. This authoritative collection of articles by leading international scholars presents the dominant ways of examining and understanding these current changes. It investigates contrasting points of view and provides the reader with a framework for evaluating the transformation of international corporations and for developing a critical insight which will be as useful for understanding future changes as it is for understanding those that have already occurred.

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International strategies and the organizational designs of multinational corporations are in a period of transition; the dominant designs of the recent past are gone and new dominant designs have not yet emerged. This authoritative collection of articles by leading international scholars presents the dominant ways of examining and understanding these current changes. It investigates contrasting points of view and provides the reader with a framework for evaluating the transformation of international corporations and for developing a critical insight which will be as useful for understanding future changes as it is for understanding those that have already occurred.
Contributors
28 articles, dating from 1986 to 1997
Contributors include: C.A. Bartlett, J.M. Birkinshaw, Y.L. Doz, M. Forsgren, S. Ghoshal, G. Hedlund, J. Johanson, S.J. Kobrin, B. Kogut, A.J. Morrison, N. Nohria, M.E. Porter, C.K. Prahalad, K. Roth, U. Zander
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Contents: Introduction (W.G. Egelhoff) Part I: The Contextual Environment Driving Organizational Transformation Part II: Broad-Based Models of Organizational Transformation Part III: Subsidiary-Level Perspectives of Organizational Transformation Part IV: Models and Studies Dealing with Specific Aspects of Organizational Transformation Name Index
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