Organizational Factors In Globalization

Organizational factors can support or undercut a business's attempt to globalize. Four factors affect the ability of an organization to develop and implement global strategy: organization structure, management processes, people, and culture. Each of these aspects of organization operates powerfully in different ways.


An analysis of a company's competitive position against the five dimensions of globalization: major market participation, product standardization, activity specialization, uniform market positioning, integrated competitive strategy, and the ability of the organization to implement the different elements of global strategies - helps define the appropriate approach for a globalization strategy.

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