A Value Networks Approach to Implementing Integrated Cross-National Business Operations
Daniels, John D.; Enz, Cathy A.
The removal of trade impediments is expected to cause companies to integrate more of their operations among countries; however, experience shows that behavioral factors often impede the requisite cooperation and commitment among managers from different countries. This paper discusses these behavioral problems from a national perspective and examines an approach to integration, value networks, which is not bounded by nation-states and their differences or similarities.
trade liberalization; cross-cultural studies; value networks; industrial management
Required Publisher Statement: © Japan Times. Final version published as: Daniels, J. D., & Enz, C. A. (1997). A value networks approach to implementing integrated cross-national business operations. In N. Kobayashi (Ed.), Management: A global perspective (pp. 381-400). Tokyo: Japan Times. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.