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Global Strategies I: Adaptation Wal-Mart in China Session 11 – Prof. Robb Jensen
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Global Strategy I: Adaptation Adaptation Competitive Advantage Achieve local relevance through national focus while achieving some economies of scale Configuration Mainly in foreign countries that are similar to home base (limit effects of distance) Coordination By country (emphasis on local presence) Controls Excessive variety or complexity Change Blockers Entrenched country chiefs Corporate Diplomacy Address issues of concern with discretion, emphasis on
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Unformatted text preview: cultivating local presence Corporate Strategy Scope selection Variation Decentralization Partitioning Modularization Flexibility Partnership Recombination Innovation How might Adaptation affect the ADDING value scorecard? Components of Value Achievements, Attempts, or Intent Effect A dding Volume or Growth D ecreasing Costs D ifferentiating or Increasing Willingness to Pay I mproving Industry Attractiveness N ormalizing (or optimizing) risk G enerating Knowledge and other Resources and Capabilities...
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