By S. Lundan
Transnational companies and Transnational Governance examines the various forms of distance-related boundaries concerning cross-border funding. various sorts of governance, even if contained in the company or as a part of its community of exterior relationships, have the purpose of decreasing uncertainty and making a extra predictable setting.
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Driving this dynamic is the ﬂexibility of managers who can see the necessity as well as the opportunities for change, and who push their organizations to become more experimental in developing new solutions. , 2012). , 2008). More than any other form of cross-border organization, transnational ﬁrms have developed the capabilities required for this co-evolutionary process, and they are the experimental laboratory for overcoming the difﬁculties of crossing borders. The contemporary global economy creates tremendous possibilities for expanding the footprint of the ﬁrm, but only at the cost of a corresponding increase in the complexity of coordination.
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