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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Christopher A Bartlett; Yves L Doz; Gunnar Hedlund
|Notes:||Revised versions of papers presented at a conference convened at the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) in Brussels in June 1987.|
|Description:||xii, 363 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Preface: Introduction: Part I: Conceptions of Global Management 1. Action in Heterarchies: New Approaches to Managing the M.N.C. Gunnar Hedlund and Dag Rolander 2. International Sequential Advantages and Network Flexibility Bruce Kogut 3. Managing Globalization as a Self-Renewing Process: Experiences of Japanese M.N.C's Ikujiro Nonaka 4. Organizing for Worldwide Advantage Roderick E. White and Thomas A. Poynter Part II: Management of Multinational Processes and Systems 5. Control, Change and Flexibility: The Dilemma of Transnational Collaboration Yves Doz, C.K. Prahalad and Gary Hamel 6. Effective Strategic Planning Processes in the Multinational Corporation Peter Lorange and Gilbert Probst 7. New Information Systems and the Changing Structure of M.N.C's Peter Hagstrom 8. Rediscovering Functions in the M.N.C: The Role of Expertise and the Emergent Matrix in Firms' Responses to Shifting Exchange Rates Donald R. Lessard and Nitin Nohria Part III: Innovation and R&D in the M.N.C 9. Managing Innovation in the Transnational Corporation Sumantra Ghoshal and Christopher A. Bartlett 10. International Decentralization of R&D - The Organizational Challenges Lars Hakanson 11. Internal and External Linkages in the M.N.C: The Case of R&D Subsidiaries in Japan D. Eleanor Westney Part IV: The Concepts in Use 12. Research on Managing the Multinational Company: A Practitioner's Experiences E. Ralph Biggadike 13. Building a Dynamic Intelligent Network: Lessons from the Telecommunications Revolutions for M.N.C Organization in the Future Hakan Ledin.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Christopher A. Bartlett, Yves Doz, and Gunnar Hedlund.|