Institutional challenges in the transplant of an innovative production model: Expanding institutional theory using the sociological concept of ‘disrespect’: A case study from a Japanese transplant company in India.
MetadataShow full item record
This case study proposes disrespect as a key theme in the study of institutional theory. It further proposes that disrespect could trigger long term industrial unrest in the subsidiaries of multinational corporations (MNC). Whilst innovative production models and their tools provide economic advantage to the company, the interaction of those with the context of host country institutions often creates disruptions either due to unilateralism, managerial hegemonies. The power of MNCs to over-ride or ignore institutional resistance inflict disrespect resulting in long-term unrest as reported in this case study. Disrespect sent ripple effects across the institutions resulting in unrest. The result highlights the key theme of disrespect and its effect on industrial harmony in the Indian context.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
An examination of the factors critical to the establishment and maintenance of competitive advantage for education services enterprises within international markets.Mazzarol, Timothy W. (1997)The principal focus of the present study was to examine the factors critical to the development and maintenance of a competitive advantage for education institutions operating in international markets. International ...
Exploring the configuration of strategy, structure and culture – the case of multinational subsidiaries in MalaysiaMohamad, Wardah (2010)The study of organizational strategy, structure and culture has been an area of interest for strategic management research. While there is abundant empirical research on strategic management in the West, little research ...
Does the historical and institutional re-construction of Ghana support the transfer of HRM practices?Ayentimi, D.; Burgess, J.; Dayaram, Kandy (2018)© 2018, Emerald Publishing Limited. Purpose: This study aims to investigate whether the historical and institutional re-construction of Ghana support the transfer of human resource management (HRM) practices and if so, ...