Globalization and Organizational Structure

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The paper focuses on the increased complexity of globalized organizations and methods of altering the process within the structure. Business and environment change constantly to sustain development in emerging markets and increase efficiency. Integration of relationships and processes of the world systems, help to manage local, regional and planetary balance to manage duplication of success become conceivable. The retail giant Wal-Mart exhibits its ability to transform the organization asynchronously with the increase integration of globalization.’ Wal-Mart unveils the type of integration possible between globalization, and business services as it adapts, eliminating redundancies and repetitive movement. It observes the effect and influence, propagated on business through it use of supply chains, and influence. Key words: Expansion, Risk, Globalization, Influence Globalization and Organizational Structure Globalization remains a pivotal topic in many schools of thought, and continues being a topic of controversy even in local economies today. Perhaps the reason for this is integration and competitiveness the world over. Conceivably, even more than integration, is the competitiveness of organizations, has possibly facilitating the fascination and misconception about of globalization. Nevertheless, globalization has brought about a number of effects influencing the design and geographical location of the organization. However, globalization has effectively placed the world in a bubble, or maybe one could equate the changes to being placed in an envelope. In earlier years, organizations relied on traditional forms of communication; they are perhaps considered primitive means on this day. These forms of communication ... ... middle of paper ... .../content/jun2009/gb2009068_435509.htm Grant, R. M. (2010). Contempemporary Strategy Analysis (7th ed.). West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Greenwood, R., & Miller, D. (2010). Tackling Design Anew: Getting Back to the Heart of Organization Theory. Academy of Management Perspectives, 24 (4), 78-88. Oesterie, M. J., Richta, H. N., & Fisch, J. H. (2012). The influence of ownership structure on internationalization. International Business Review, 22(1), 187-201. Simon, W. (2013, October 16). Memo:To: All Wal-Mart US and Home Office Associates. Strauss, S. (2004, May 17). Globalization is good for (small) business. Retrieved February 6, 2014, from http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/money/smallbusiness/columnist/strauss/2004-05-17-globalization_x.htm Wal-Mart (2012). Corporate.Wal-Mart .com. Retrieved February 21, 2013, from http://corporate.Wal-Mart .com/
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