Otis describes the efforts at regional organization connects its previously autonomous ways over the Asia Pacific region to build. Describes changes made in several important functions, including production, marketing, engineering and finance. Presents major challenges faced as the company attempts to move towards a coordinated regional organization. Developed to study together in a highly competitive environment problems with the construction of an integrated organization.

Otis describes the efforts at regional organization connects its previously autonomous ways over the Asia Pacific region to build. Describes changes made in several important functions, including production, marketing, engineering and finance. Presents major challenges faced as the company attempts to move towards a coordinated regional organization. Developed to study together in a highly competitive environment problems with the construction of an integrated organization.
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Michael Y. Yoshino,
Thomas W. Malnight
Source: Harvard Business School
17 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 28, 1992. Prod #: 393010-PDF-ENG
Otis Pacific Asia Operations (B): Regionalization HBR case solution

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