INSTITUTIONALISM AND CULTURE IN STRATEGIES OF MULTINATIONAL FIRMS: THE CASE OF JOHNSON CONTROLS INC.
The aim of this paper is to analyze both internal and external aspects that may pose a risk to the operations of the subsidiaries of the multinational Johnson Controls Inc. in U.S. and Mexico from the point of view based on institutions. The main challenges are the impact in the achievement of goals both of workers and of the same organization and the influence the institutions have on the organizational environment, for the decommissioning of some branch/ subsidiary.
Keywords: Cross-Cultural Research/Measurement Issues, Institutional Theory, Mexico
Fundación Universitaria Konrad Lorenz - Escuela de Negocios