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Chapter 12 Outline

Global Strategy at General Motors

Introduction

Strategy and the Firm

The Firm as a Value Chain

The Role of Strategy

Profiting from Global Expansion

Transferring Core Competencies

Realizing Location Economies

Realizing Experience
Curve Economies

Pressures for Cost Reduction and Local Responsiveness

Pressures for Cost Reductions

Pressures for Local Responsiveness

Strategic Choice

International Strategy

Multidomestic Strategy

Global Strategy

Transnational Strategy

Summary

Chapter Summary

Critical Discussion Questions

Sweden's IKEA

Notes

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