Siemens Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… Although the Internet is a global medium, a company is still faced with the same set of decisions regarding how much its products or services can be “globalized” or how much they must be “localized” to national or regional markets. In the Siemens case, the goal by 1990 was to restructure the company into smaller sectors that could operate in a global market. As a dominant company in the industry, the information system created to boost its earnings and power generation through increased business in volume that allowed the benefits of synergy.

According to (Zoltan, 2011), the Internet allows clear opportunity for synergy and culture development of an organization. The focus on commitment and stimulation of high performance standards are the foundation for achieving global success to execute change that produces the best long-term results, despite challenges. As Siemens grew to one of the largest electrical engineering companies in the world, with operations in over 190 countries and 400,000 employees around the world, the Internet played a key role in the bribe scandal as funds were transferred and document online.
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