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Control over Organisation & Operational Optimization

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1. How necessary is it for there to be domestic control over human and organizational factors? In what manner should organizational management exert control over foreign operations whenever it enters into joint ventures or has to function in foreign operations?

2. How do you conceive and plan to apply the techniques for future operational optimization efforts, taking into account cultural, religious, national, gender, and racial differences? Should we take cognizance of such differences at all?

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It is necessary for there to be domestic control over human and organizational factors. Human factors are responsible for production, quality, finance, marketing, and image of the company abroad. If human and organizational factors are not controlled then the performance of the organization may decline. For example, if there is lax domestic control over human and organizational factors the quality of products made may decline. Similarly, without control over human and organizational factors the image of the company can be adversely affected.

Organizational management should exert control over foreign operations when it enters into joint venture or has to function in foreign operations through monitoring of crucial operations and taking corrective actions decisively. Organizational management should set ...

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