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Great expectations. What efficiency can be reasonably anticipated in global teams?

Abstract : In the last twenty years, international firms have undergone various changes to become global firms. The inherent innovation potential of these global firms only materializes if the various entities cooperate efficiently and succeed in merging together their contributions. The object of this article is to examine the practical forms that this cooperation takes, so as to detect, by observing actors in global organisations, what barriers and difficulties they meet. This paper presents the empirical study of the dynamics of two R&D teams within a major French industrial group. By studying how the daily teamwork takes place, this article takes a critical look at the new models of organization and assesses how far they really favour innovation.
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Sylvie Chevrier, Annick Manco, Jeanne Salem. Great expectations. What efficiency can be reasonably anticipated in global teams?. EURAM, Jun 2014, Valencia, Spain. ⟨hal-01122586⟩

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