The histories of forty multinational organizations are analyzed to develop a conceptual framework for understanding multinational growth. Growth is portrayed as a process of exploration where the organization experiences opportunities and flexibility in exploiting them is paramount.
multinationals, organizations, history, organizational growth
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Hurry, Dileep, "Option-Like Properties of Organizational Claims: Tracing the Process of Multinational Exploration" (1991). Historical Working Papers. 147.