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Chapter 13 Outline

Organizational Change at Royal Dutch/Shell

Introduction

Vertical Differentiation

Arguments for Centralization

Arguments for Decentralization

Strategy and Centralization in an International Business

Horizontal Differentiation

The Structure of Domestic Firms

The International Division

Worldwide Area Structure

Worldwide Product Division Structure

Global Matrix Structure

Integrating Mechanisms

Strategy and Coordination in the International Business

Impediments to Coordination

Formal Integrating Mechanisms

Informal Integrating Mechanisms

Summary

Control Systems

Types of Control Systems

Control Systems and Strategy in the International Business

Synthesis: Strategy and Structure

Multidomestic Firms

International Firms

Global Firms

Transnational Firms

Environment, Strategy, Structure, and Performance

Chapter Summary

Critical Discussion Questions

Organizational Change at Unilever

Notes

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