The Workforce of Multinational Corporations

As organizations become more global, their members tend to become more diverse. Managers of multinational corporations face the continual challenge of forming a competitive business team made up of people of different races who speak different languages and come from different parts of the world. The following sections explain two functions that should help managers build such teams:

  1. They furnish details about and related insights into the various types of organization members generally found in multinational corporations.

  2. They describe the adjustments that members of multinational organizations normally must make to become efficient and effective contributors to organization goal attainment, and ...

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