|Part I: Nation, industries and firms|
|1||The changing global landscape|
Friedman, Thomas. "It's a Flat World, After All." The New York Times Magazine, April 3, 2005.
Ghemawat. "Semiglobalization and Strategy." Chapter 1.
|Can Bollywood Go Global? HBS 9-806-040.|
|2||Linking national and firm-level advantage|
Beise, Marian. "Lead Markets: Country-Specific Drivers of the Global Diffusion of Innovations." Research Policy 33 (2004): 997-1018.
|Finland and Nokia, HBS 9-702-427.|
|Part II: Building the global enterprise|
|3||Local strength to global advantage|
Lessard, Donald. "Frameworks for Global Strategic Analysis." Journal of Strategic Management Education 1 (2003): 19-37.
Ghemawat. "Differences Across Countries." Chapter 2.
|Shimano Inc. A and B, MIT Sloan School Case.|
|4||Building a global business||Ghemawat. "Global Value Creation." Chapter 3.||Lessard, Donald, and Cate Reavis. "CEMEX: Globalization 'The CEMEX Way'." MIT Sloan School Case 09-039, March 5, 2009.|
|5||Cross-border arbitrage and outsourcing|
Ferdows, Kasra. "Making the Most of Foreign Factories." Harvard Business Review (March-April 1997): 3.
Ghemawat. "Arbitrage - Exploiting Differences." Chapter 6.
"IBM and Globalization: Hungry Tiger, Dancing Elephant." The Economist (April 4, 2007).
|American Outsourcing, HBS 9-705-037.|
|6||Expanding from new regions||Bartlett, Christopher, and Sumantra Ghoshal. "Going Global: Lessons from Late Movers." Harvard Business Review (March-April 2000): 133-142.||ICICI's Global Expansion, HBS 9-706-426.|
|7||Responding to strategic threats from late movers|
Dawar, Niraj, and Tony Frost. "Competing with Giants: Survival Strategies for Local Companies in Emerging Markets." Harvard Business Review (March-April 1999): 119-129.
Ramamurti, Ravi, and Jitendra Singh. "Generic Strategies of India's Emerging Multinationals." In Emerging Multinationals from Emerging Markets. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
|The PC Wars: Dell vs. Lenovo, MIT Sloan School Case.|
|Part III: Integrating the global enterprise|
|8||Managing integration and responsivess|
Bartlett, Christopher, and Sumantra Ghoshal. "Managing Across Borders: New Organizational Responses." Sloan Management Review 29 (Fall 1987): 43-53.
Ghemawat. "Adaption - Adjusting to Differences." Chapter 4.
|P&G Europe: Ariel Ultra's Eurobrand Strategy, INSEAD 300-085-1.|
|9||Integrating global manufacturing and product development|
Santos, Jose, Yves Doz, and Peter Williamson. "Is Your Innovation Process Global?" MIT Sloan Management Review 45 (Summer 2004): 31-37.
Majchrzak, Ann, Arvind Malhotra, Jeffrey Stamps, and Jessica Lipnack. "Can Absence Make a Team Grow Stronger?" Harvard Business Review (2004): 131-137.
Ghemawat. "Aggregation - Overcoming Differences." Chapter 5.
"InterSoft of Argentina (A+B)," HBS 9-497-025.
|10||Integrating global supply and marketing chains|
Ghoshal, Sumantra, and Lynda Gratton. "Integrating the Enterprise." Sloan Management Review 44 (Fall 2002): 31-38.
Ghemawat. "Playing the Differences." Chapter 7.
|Zara: Fast Fashion, HBS 9-703-497.|
Bartlett, Christopher, and Sumantra Ghoshal. "What is a Global Manager?" Harvard Business Review 81 (2003): 101-108.
Ghosn, Carlos. "Saving the Business Without Losing the Company." Harvard Business Review (January 2002): 3-11.