The influences of globalization can be felt in every city around the world. Technology has enabled individuals as well as organizations the ability to immerse themselves into another culture virtually at the speed of light. Understanding of different societies and cultures has become one of the leading processes of business. Primarily there has been a greater focus on understanding the various cultures because of its ability to affect business on a global scale. Nevertheless, organization such as IBM, McDonald’s and Coca-Cola seem to have grass the understanding of the great importance in dealing with unlike cultures. By understanding the different cultures, enables the organization to more effectively deal with the influences of globalization, for example, e.g. Political, economic, regulations, etc. Each of these components will exhibit some form of influence depending on the various type's cultures in which the organization’s conduct business.
There are many influences of globalization affecting organizations such as e.g. IBM, Walmart and Coca Cola, etc.... According to Schiller (1976), influences of globalization are identifiable in a multitude of business models. This is true even if you were to investigate the changes within local business, e.g. Business design, hiring practices and the use of technology. When looking at organizations, perhaps one can identify the influences as they propagate their effect upon the organization.
Perhaps if a targeted analyst on the aspect of operations one would find it intertwines deeply in the framework, therefore, requiring a study of the system as a whole as well as subsystems. Conceivably, the question is rather or not an organization can facilitate the business systems without sub coming to influence or affecting others. In this author’s opinion, the answer is no, perhaps it is just the nature of experiencing something deferment. With each encounter, one leaves a trace of their being, rather known or unknown. However, as indicated by McSweeney (2002) it is impossible for an organization not to affect someone or something practice or introduction of a foreign business in global environments.
When organizations conduct business globally, they are interjecting a number of cultural beliefs. However, organizations may attempt to blend as much as possible by accepting and conforming to the cultures in which they are doing business. Nevertheless, they become an influence in the way an individual is subject to becoming influence when they visit unfamiliar environments (Hofstede, 1980). This could be primarily due to the differences within the cultures' economy, governments, politics as well as local laws and national security.
International Business Systems (IBM) are perhaps one organization that has experienced the success of globalization. They may be even considered a pioneer of the global paradigm. IBM had trouble as well in its quest of globalism. Confronted with the problems...