Organizational Strategy and Technological Adaptation to Global Change

Organizational Strategy and Technological Adaptation to Global Change

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Confronting the wide range of factors that management face in relation to global changes, this volume focuses on the implication of these changes for all organizations. By presenting its case using a variety of analytical tools ranging from formal game theoretical systems to inductive models based on case studies, this volume concentrates on three main areas: the implications of global change on the competitive environment for employment and working practices; the influence of the international business environment in decision-making; and the importance of cultural and institutional diversity. Through its comprehensive approach, this book aims to stimulate business managers, academics and students to clarify, develop and extend the many complex scenarios that are integral to the debate on how business organizations may benefit from the challenges produced by global change.

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  • Hardback | 296 pages
  • 141 x 222 x 21mm | 461g
  • Palgrave MacMillan
  • Basingstoke, United Kingdom
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  • 0333713966
  • 9780333713969

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FRANK MCDONALD is Head of the International Business Unit at Manchester Metropolitan University. He holds a Jean Monnet award to investigate the impact of EU integration on business activities. His research interests include the impact of economic integration on business strategies and operations, and assessing the importance of the development of industrial clusters in the internationalization process RICHARD THORPE is Professor in Management at Manchester Metropolitan University. For the last six years he has been working with colleagues in Central and Eastern Europe on various management development projects. He has published in the areas of motivation and reward, management learning and change and management research

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