multidivisional

multidivisional

(ˌmʌltɪdɪˈvɪʒənəl)
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) commerce involving or comprising several divisions
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"Late Adoption of the Multidivisional Form by Large US Corporations: Institutional, Political, and Economic Accounts." Administrative Science Quarterly 38(1): 100-131.
The M-form (multidivisional form) and U-form (unitary form) are two categories widely applied in industrial organization.
Dentre os artigos citados dentro do proprio portfolio bibliografico, os que representam maior reconhecimento sao o "External and internal pricing in multidivisional firms' e o "Integrating managerial and tax objectives in transfer pricing", com tres citacoes cada, justamente os trabalhos que tratam conjuntamente dos precos de transferencia internos e externos as empresas.
In this role, he generated multidivisional sales of osteobiologic product lines by providing clinical and technical consulting, training, and education for surgeons, residents, operating room personnel, and sales consultants.
Furthermore, economic principles around managerial and economic incentives in multidivisional firms also allow room for interpretation.
It is a multidivisional conglomerate with 24 companies and a range of diverse products and business interests that predominantly include retail, building and construction, industrial and joint ventures.
Firstly, Chandler (1962) indicated that strategy precedes structure because an increase in diversification requires a new and more decentralised structure (Chandler School), called the multidivisional form (decentralised multidivisional structure is the solution to the problem of diversity management.
The Tata Group, M&M, Aditya Birla Group, Vedanta, Adani, Bajaj Group, and Reliance Group of Anil Ambani fall under the business groups category, while Reliance Group (Mukesh Ambani), L&T and ITC come under multidivisional companies.
Our Ahold USA/Retailer of the Year coverage, which begins on page 24, provides a full retrospective of the multidivisional grocer's Better Neighbor pledge, part of the parent company's larger Reshaping Retail blueprint, which we've been covering on our website in recent months, and which aims to support enhancements with improved fresh offerings, expanded private label penetration, heightened service levels and targeted price reductions.
Particularly, greater diversity of services offered may require a multidivisional structure, consisting of business units with a strong degree of autonomy, but at the same time able to perform the coordination of their activities within the firm, since they often serve the same customer.
The company has grown from fewer than 50 employees at a single location to a multidivisional national mortgage services provider with more than 900 employees and offices in Colorado, Michigan and Missouri.
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