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Using the chocolate industry as a case in point, the authors show how to analyze and take advantage of industry factors that either propel or weaken the trend toward globalization.
Joint ventures aren't usually thought of as being faster ways to exchange know‐how than acquisitions. But alliances are sometimes the only way to speedily transfer a successful company's “embedded knowledge.”
The cure for stultifying complexity—redesign the organization so that information and information technology drive simplification.
Here's your manual for keeping track of new regulations that might affect your market.