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Summary - Organization theory and design
6 Designing organizations for the international environment
What model is needed to achieve high levels of the varied capabilities needed to succeed in a complex and volatile international environment?Transnational model
6.1 Entering the global arena
what created a highly competitive landscape?Advancements in communications, technology and transportation.
What has led companies to operate from the beginning with global market minds?the rapid expansion of international activities.
6.1.1 Motivations for global expansion
Which combined forces have pushed companies from a domestic to a global focus?Economic, technological and competitive forces.
Economies of scale is?achieving lower costs through large volume production
Economies of scope is?achieving economies by having presence in many production lines, technologies or geographic areas.
Name the three motivation forces for global expansion.1) economies of scale
2) economies of scope
3) low-cost production factors
6.1.2 Stages of international expansion
Name the four stages of international evolution in the correct order.1) Domestic
6.1.3 Global expansion through international strategic alliances
Licensing, joint ventures and consortia are part of?Typical alliances.
A separate entity created with two or more active firms as sponsors is a?Joint venture
A group of firms that venture into new products and technologies is?Consortia
6.2.1 model for global versus local opportunities
what strategy is implied when the product design, manufacturing and marketing strategy are standardized throughout the world?Globalization
The competition is handled independently of competition in other countries in the...Multi-domestic strategy
6.2.3 global product division structure
The product divisions take responsibility for global operations in their specific product area in?a global product structure
6.2.4 Global geographic division structure
the ....... divides the world into geographical regions, with each geographical division reporting to the CEO.Global geographic structure
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2) establish a coalition to guide the change
3) create a vision and strategy for change
4) find an idea that fits the need
5) develop plans to overcome resistance to change
6) forcing and coercion
7) foster idea champions
2) failure to perceive benefits
3) lack of coordination and cooperation.
4) uncertainty avoidance
5) fear of loss
3) the learning organization
2) boundary spanning
3) horizontal coordination