Organizational Change and Management Styles in Globalization
Organizations are facing new challenges as they "go global."
- What are some organizational issues in technology, communications and staffing that organizations might face as they move operations abroad?
- How might different management styles be used to deal with these challenges?
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...patibility of their devices.
Globalization also affects intercultural communication. Some issues associated with intercultural communication are as follows:
1. When applied to new communication contexts, distinction between high and low context cultures are problematic since high context cultures require greater social knowledge.
2. There is an increase in the changes of further interaction with people from diverse cultural backgrounds due to the availability of technology. However the question is if people seek out diversity when interacting with technologies or if they interact primarily with people much like themselves.
3. Even if there is a potential for communication that can bring together a critical mass for political or social change, it is not clear that it can sufficiently do so.
A competent staffing function is important to remain competitive in a globalized economy. It is important that there is efficiency or quality in a business setting as without these standards, staffing professionals and top management cannot have an appropriate dialogue about its contribution to meeting key corporate objectives. A few of the issues on staffing are:
1. Staff are either incomplete or misleading;
2. They don't relate well to the concerns of top management.
These shortcomings may result in diligent reports that have not been used or 'gather dust' and have little impact on high-level decision-making. A ...