Written Assignment 4: Boundaryless Strategy Paper
Based upon the readings, you have reviewed strategies and identified the organizational structures needed for success in expanding globally. You are asked to summarize your thinking by creating a boundaryless strategy at your current organization which is the subject in a paper. Specifically your essay should consider including the following suggested topics:
•Define boundaryless strategy means to your organizations
•Strategic imperatives to the organizational capabilities
•Organizational structures and systems that need to be in place
•Implications on current workload, layoffs, economic implications
Please include these sources if applicable
Monge, P. (1998). Communication Structures and Processes in Globalization. Journal of Communication. 48 (4), 11-26.
[Available online at: http://www.usc.edu/schools/annenberg/c/faculty/mong/pdf/Globalization_JOC_1998.pdf]
Martin, J. & Chaney, L. (2012). Global business etiquette: A guide to international communication and customs (2nd ed.). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
Bartlett, Christopher, and Beamish, Paul (2011). Transnational management: Text, cases, and readings in cross border management (6th ed.). McGraw-Hill Irwin Publishers.
Boundaryless Strategy Name: Institution: Course: Date: Boundaryless Strategy In a world that is constantly changing relative to the element of different cultural backgrounds as for the many cultures they are from. This is the case due in part, to the level of globalization that an organization interacts with. Where employees from different cultures come to the work place, there is need for an organization to become boundaryless (Bartlett& Beamish, 2011). This with is with reference to the fact that there is need to ensure cohesion and appreciation of the different cultures that the employees are from. As such, the different cultures have to be respected and reflected on the company policies. This is to mean that no one is discriminated relative to their religion, sexual orientation of social status among others by adopting a policy that rather forges cohesion and