Current trends seem to suggest that globally integrated strategies are the wave of the future for many industries, but not theoretically sound, firm-level model explains this situation. International business models explain industry trends from an economic perspective and organizational theory begins to investigate the organizing principles of multinational companies. However, there is a gap in the explanation of the strategic rationale of multinational companies on how to integrate and expand worldwide. This is a … Read more »

Current trends seem to suggest that globally integrated strategies are the wave of the future for many industries, but not theoretically sound, firm-level model explains this situation. International business models explain industry trends from an economic perspective and organizational theory begins to investigate the organizing principles of multinational companies. However, there is a gap in the explanation of the strategic rationale of multinational companies on how to integrate and expand worldwide. This article develops an ability driven to opposite market conditions, part of the multinational strategy. This conditional framework explains the organizational consequences of international expansion and global integration strategies depending on ability types ability and multinational strategies of multinational enterprises.
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Stephen Tallman,
Karin Fladmoe Lindquist,
Karin Fladmoe-Lindquist
Source: California Management Review
22 pages.
Release Date: 1 October 2002. Prod #: CMR244-PDF-ENG
Internationalization, globalization and Capability-Based Strategy HBR case solution

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