The expansion of international corporations into uncharted competitive territories has brought managers of these MNCs to face a vast number of greater challenges than before, such as problems that arise from managing expatriates and repatriates, management across cultures, managing cultural diversity, the transference of knowledge across cultures, and the need for alterations to the existing management practices. This essay will further examine the aforementioned challenges that managers are required to surmount to succeed in today’s global economy. The global success of a company is often attributed to its expatriates (Schermerhorn et al., 2014, p. 111), yet the policies in place are ineffective in providing support and d... ... middle of paper ... ...2008). Developing an Effective Repatriation Strategy for MNC: A Model and Tools for International Human Resource Management. Journal of Comparative International Management, 11(2), 3-21.
Additionally, accountancy practices have modified by globalization of business, because accountants are required to work cooperatively with colleagues those who work in foreign firms. Therefore, the great differences of time and distance which is barriers for accountancy practices in many countries over the world. These obstacles happen in communication for exchanging information of contracts between companies. As a result, accountants should access and deal with the development of new information technology and communication technologies in order to reduce the distance aspects and improve the problem of time differences between countries (Oliver, 2010, p. 603) when working in the financial contracts over national borders. Globalization has impacted business in many aspects
Global Business Challenges The global marketplace is an area that is very difficult to be successful in. It is for this reason that businesses must compete with each other in an attempt to pip their opposition and gain a competitive edge amongst the constantly changing global environment. At the heart of this are managers and leaders to ensure that the company is able to stay on track whilst maximising revenue and limiting production costs. However, meeting company goals is also made very difficult given the way the world business environment is always changing. It is those major business challenges that continue to hamper the progress and development of firms.
The Impact of Management in the Globalization of Business. In the business industry managers are one of the key players; they are the glue that holds the world of business together. Managers working for a corporation that has businesses all over the world have to have knowledge of different cultures, be aware of their beliefs, and have insight on other countries business etiquettes. Managers who are looking into a career in Globalization of Business sometimes don’t realize just what exactly it entails. Keeping up with the most recent changes in international trade is very difficult.
As the industrialization and globalization have become more intense for decades, the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) becomes more advocated and is employed by corporation globally (Smith, 2011). However, despite an urge for performing “good” social roles, there still be numerous of organizations showing their unwillingness to fulfill their expected responsibility due to the controversy of how the concept should be defined amongst academia, businesses, and society, in addition to the conflict of interests between a firm’s shareholders and stakeholders that accounts mostly for difficulties in implementing CSR practices. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to dig deeper into above problems by presenting the definition of CSR and the importance of its role in international business along with the difficulties arising when implementing its practices on global scale, especially in Vietnam. What Is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? Since it is a rising issue in worldwide businesses nowadays, the concept of social responsibility (sometimes called corporate social responsibility, abbreviated as CSR, or corporate citizenship, triple-bottom line, social enterprise, and corporate governance, etc.)
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Globalization has leaded each and every company with a high number of competitions from foreign companies. Companies are facing different challenging factors due to the increasement of competition in market. To overcome these challenges company need to adopt new ways of doing business, fulfilling the demand of cultural changes, ethnicity and people. Good employee is the biggest assets for a company, but these employees are located in different parts of countries along as many organization moves to global way of doing business. As a company grows more international, it has more challenges to overcome.
For developing a new integration process, more detailed analysis about the issues associated with the employees, organization directly or indirectly involved in IBM has to me made. By analyzing the issues, it was determined that there is great difficulty in exporting all the requirements from US to other part of the world which made IBM to think about globalization. Currently the leadership of the company mainly focuses into innovation and leaders have broad spectrum to think globally. As mentioned earlier in global market regulations were unfavorable for the company because of various issues like political tension which required for more integration, collaboration, and building relationship and to be more flexible. Management of the global operations was mainly done by flying to other places and Palmisano was focused only in relationship building.
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