Chap 14 international structure

Chap 14 international structure - International...

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© 2007 Robert Sweo International Organizational Structure
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© 2007 Robert Sweo Factors That Influence Decision Geographic breadth how many diff countries does the org operates in. Number of lines of business how many industries is the company in Product diversity Customer differences in tastes how tastes change from country to country Specialized skills involved in products what are core compemtencies, and what kind of employees you need
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© 2007 Robert Sweo International Organizational Structures Global functional model Geographical model Single matrix model Multi-business global product division model Multi-business geographical model Multi-business matrix model Hybrid models
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Global Functional Model Advantages - Efficiencies - Economies of scale - Rapid transfer of skills Disadvantages - Inflexibility - Local dysfunctions - Market rejection - Bureaucracy - Discourages Initiative Subsidiary Corporate Headquarters Global
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