The first edition of Managing Across Borders was hailed as a landmark book, widely praised for its pioneering insights into the management of companies operating in an international environment. With the introduction of an entirely new organizational form--the transnational--Bartlett and Ghoshal showed how the nature of the competitive game had fundamentally changed, requiring that companies simultaneously capture global-scale efficiency, respond to national markets, and cultivate a worldwide learning capability for driving continuous innovation across borders. In this newly revised edition, the authors revisit their breakthrough concepts, updating the material with fresh, timely examples drawn from today's leading global enterprises. The insightful profiles of global middle managers and the real-world case studies paint a complete picture of the issues, problems, and opportunities encountered on the road to becoming a transnational. Included with this edition is a new application workbook, a highly practical tool for translating the book's ideas into action.
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The economic liberalization of Eastern Europe, the single European market and the rise of industrialization in Asia call for a fresh approach to international business. This book shows how to analyze the economic, social and political changes and to develop appropriate responses. The book analyzes trade policy in a number of countries, explores the movement of capital and examines balance of payments situations around the world. It then sees how these various factors bear upon the competitiveness of US firms. Meier stresses the need to develop a clear yet flexible global vision in a world which is rapidly altering.Review:
“Highly readable…Valuable lessons for companies in a wide range of industries and sizes" -- The Financial Times
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