The Global Security Policy

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The Global Security Policy Andrew Carbone 03/28/2015 CMGT/400 Lee Dordal
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Offices in Multiple Countries Through the years of technology managing global organizations have always been a huge challenge for business. According to McKinsey ” the nature of the task is changing with the accelerating shift of economic activity from Europe and North America to markets in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. McKinsey Global Institute research suggests that 400 midsize emerging-market cities, many unfamiliar in the West, will generate nearly 40 percent of global growth over the next 15 years. The International Monetary Fund confirms that the ten fastest- growing economies during the years ahead will all be in emerging markets.” (Martin Dewhurst, 2012). Although many different cultures are fundamentally reacting in similar, but different ways to the opportunities that the future holds most face similar focus points that they run in to. These could be managing methodology due to different morals, individuals themselves, expenses for different key assets of the business, and disasters on a global scale including war. Each of these four constraints can vary from culture to culture, but none-the-less has become quite an issue. Internal Issues of Multiple Locations There are a few internal issues when dealing with multiple locations. Many of these issues come from cultural differences. With cultural diversity being a problem in many areas all
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