Enacting Global Enterprise Transitions

Enacting Global Enterprise Transitions

Yi-chen Lan (University of Western Sydney, Australia) and Bhuvan Unhelkar (University of Western Sydney, Australia)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 18
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-624-2.ch004
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Abstract

Enactment is the application of the theory of the Global Enterprise Transition (GET) process in practice. Thus, while the discussion up to the previous chapter in this book may be considered akin to a roadmap, the discussion here is more like actual driving on the road. Figure 4.1 explains the subtle differences between enactment and the earlier works an organization undertakes during the globalization process. In Figure 4.1, the “Consider GET” phase indicates that the organization is investigating and weighing various options, issues and factors in terms of globalization. These options and factors were considered in detail in Chapter I. As described earlier, this is the state when the organization realizes that irrespective of its current profitability and position in the market, globalization is becoming a serious part of its business strategy for survival and growth. Once the organization is satisfied and its stakeholders are convinced of the need to globalize, it then moves into the phase of “Planning and Documenting the GET process”as shown in Figure 4.1. During this phase, the organization is again applying the discussions undertaken so far in this book, particularly Chapters II and III, which encompass the vision, framework and technologies for global enterprise transitions. These visions and frameworks provide the backdrop for the planning and documentation activities that described the GETs. The organization may be considered in a strategic mode thus far. However, once the strategic aspect of the GET is consummated, the very practical phase of the process — the launching and management of the GET begins. These are the third and fourth states in which the organization finds itself, together called “Enactment,” as shown in Figure 4.1. With the commencement of this practical enactment phase of the GET, various additional and valuable activities like handling the “feedback” from the stakeholders in terms of the efficacy of the process of GET, mechanisms to manage the process in practice and approach to measuring the results of the GET, all come into play. It is this practical phase

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Dedications
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Foreword
Mahesh S. Raisinghani
Preface
Yi-Chen Lan, Bhuvan Unhelkar
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1
Yi-chen Lan, Bhuvan Unhelkar
Globalization, especially in the business world of the 21st century, is inevitable. Today, almost all businesses face intense competition all around... Sample PDF
Global Enterprise Transitions
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Chapter 2
Yi-chen Lan, Bhuvan Unhelkar
Successful globalization requires good strategic vision and its implementation. Strategic vision refers to what an enterprise expects to be its... Sample PDF
Global Enterprises- Visions and Structures
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Chapter 3
Yi-chen Lan, Bhuvan Unhelkar
Having argued for and created a vision of the global entity, we now consider the system and process framework for GET. During global transition... Sample PDF
Systems and Processes Framework in Global Business Transition
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Chapter 4
Yi-chen Lan, Bhuvan Unhelkar
Enactment is the application of the theory of the Global Enterprise Transition (GET) process in practice. Thus, while the discussion up to the... Sample PDF
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Chapter 5
Yi-chen Lan, Bhuvan Unhelkar
We have discussed, thus far, the vision of a global enterprise and the process of achieving that vision. However, it is the technologies available... Sample PDF
Enabling Technologies for Enterprise Globalizations
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Chapter 6
Yi-chen Lan, Bhuvan Unhelkar
This chapter demonstrates the application of the GET process in the area of Tele-health, to a hospital. The reason for selecting the domain of... Sample PDF
Case Study in Globalization of Hospitals
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