Transnational Organizations

Transnational Organizations was a term we used extensively in the 90’s to put forth a different version of what it meant to “go global” or “become international.”  As a practitioner and a junior consultant, traveling the world to implement change management projects for large corporations (usually called Business Process Re-Engineering or Enterprise Resource Planning or Global Shared Services…), it was fascinating to see the different forms companies could take. [Read more…]

International solutions articulate the global-local model

International solutions which enable small to mid-sized companies to compete in a global economy are greatly enhanced by establishing strategic alliances across all geographies.  A firm’s ability to leverage the global-local model is often a key factor of its future success. [Read more…]

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