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Multi-National Corporation (MCN)

Multi-National Corporation (MCN) Question: Recognizing that firms are always responding to a fluid marketplace, in general list the items below in terms of priority (in order of what should come first) as part of sound business practice for a Multi-National Corporation (MCN). Please provide rationale for your ordering, how the topics are related, and a brief definition for each item – Establish “Supply Chain” -“Double Helix (Vertical vs. Horizontal)” deliberation -Devise “Integrated Strategy” -“Due-diligence assessment” of your business and competitive landscape – Establish “an ethical philosophy”   Please use the sources below:   “The following is the Study Guide for the Midterm:  

  1. Globalization
 
  • Roderick, D. (2006) ‘Goodbye Washington consensus, hello Washington
Confusion?’ Journal of Economic Literature, 44 (December): 969-983 54-60.  
  1. Business Strategy
  • Barron, D. (1995) ‘Integrated strategy: market and non-market components’ California Management Review, 37 (Winter): 47-65
  • Porter, Michael (2008) ‘The five competitive forces that shape strategy’ Harvard Business Review, January: 79-93.
III. Corruption and Ethical Considerations for conducting Globalized Business
  • Rose-Ackerman, S. (2002) ‘”Grand” Corruption and the Ethics of Global Business’, Journal of Banking and Finance, 26;1889-1918
  • Donaldson, T. (1996). ‘Values in Tension: Ethics Away from home’, Harvard Business Review, September – October, 48-62
  • Khanna, T., Pelepu, K. and Sinha, J. (2005) ‘Strategies that fit emerging markets’ Harvard Business Review, 86(6): 63-76
  • The Corporation. Dir. Jennifer Abbott and Mark Achbar. Perf. Noam Chomsky, Michael Moore, Milton Friedman. 2003. Youtube Video. (The first 39 minutes)
 
  1. Managing Global Supply Chains
  • Fine, C. (1998) ‘The Secret of Life: Harnessing the Power of Double Helix’, Chapter 4 in Clockspeed: Winning Industry Control in the Age of Temporary Advantage, Perseus Books, London
  • Fine, C. (1998) ‘The Primary of Chains: Capability Chains Make a Business’. Chapter 5 in Clockspeed: Winning Industry Control in the Age of Temporary Advantage, Perseus Books, London
  • -Palmisano, Smuel J. (2006) ‘The Globally Integrated Enterprise’, Foreign Affairs, 85(3): 127-136
 
  1. Lecture Notes
  • All class lecture notes through the week of 14 March 2016
 
  1. Text Book
  • The Globalization Paradox Chapters 2 and 3″
  ***THE ESSAY SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST 6 PARGRAPHS THAT ANWESER THE QUESTION ABOVE USING THE SOURCES ABOVE AND CITE FROM THEM PLEASE**  ]]>

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