This book considers the increasing importance of changing structures, organization and management, within multinational corporations. In these organizations there is a greater emphasis on autonomy of subsidiaries, lateral communication flow and the cross-border generation and transmission of knowledge. This book considers these issues under four key themes: innovation and knowledge transfer; integrative processes and socialization; adaptation of strategy and firm evolution; and network roles, competencies and organizational forms.
Contributors include John Child, Roland Calori, Christopher Bartlett and Sumantra Ghoshal.
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