Global Integration

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership In Complex Companies

    In the last 20 years, organizations have become massively more complex. Driven by globalization and enabled by information technology they operate in multiple cultures, locations and across time zones with highly diverse sets of employees. Organization structures have become more complex too. Matrix organizations are common with multiple reporting lines...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Make Your Matrix Really Work

    Do you want to make your Matrix organization really work? Many organizations have introduced Matrix organization structures to reflect the reality that local, global, product, customer and job function priorities are all important. The matrix reflects this with multiple reporting lines to geography, function and business group so individuals may...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Making Real Decisions In International Meetings

    Do you ever take part in international meetings where people say "Yes" when they mean "No"? Where some people come prepared to reach decisions and others expect only to discuss? Where you thought you made a decision but nothing happened after the meeting? This can be particularly frustrating when international...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Building A Truly Global HR Organisation

    As organisations become increasingly more global, both employees and managers are drawn into international projects and initiatives. Yet at the same time their close relationship with the people they work alongside maintains strong local loyalties. The requirements of these local ties can often conflict with central organisational processes. This is...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Is There Such A Thing As Global Leadership?

    Leadership theories through the ages have tended to focus on the behaviors and attributes of the leader. Most large companies have lists of competences and skills that they expect their leaders to display and training and appraisal programs that focus on how to behave to be an effective leader. In...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership In Complex Companies

    In the last 20 years, organizations have become massively more complex. Driven by globalization and enabled by information technology they operate in multiple cultures, locations and across time zones with highly diverse sets of employees. Organization structures have become more complex too. Matrix organizations are common with multiple reporting lines...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Make Your Matrix Really Work

    Do you want to make your Matrix organization really work? Many organizations have introduced Matrix organization structures to reflect the reality that local, global, product, customer and job function priorities are all important. The matrix reflects this with multiple reporting lines to geography, function and business group so individuals may...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Is There Such A Thing As Global Leadership?

    Leadership theories through the ages have tended to focus on the behaviors and attributes of the leader. Most large companies have lists of competences and skills that they expect their leaders to display and training and appraisal programs that focus on how to behave to be an effective leader. In...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Making Real Decisions In International Meetings

    Do you ever take part in international meetings where people say "Yes" when they mean "No"? Where some people come prepared to reach decisions and others expect only to discuss? Where you thought you made a decision but nothing happened after the meeting? This can be particularly frustrating when international...

    Provided By Global Integration

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Building A Truly Global HR Organisation

    As organisations become increasingly more global, both employees and managers are drawn into international projects and initiatives. Yet at the same time their close relationship with the people they work alongside maintains strong local loyalties. The requirements of these local ties can often conflict with central organisational processes. This is...

    Provided By Global Integration