Redrawing boundaries

Van Den Bergh, Maarten
February 1999
Executive Excellence;Feb99, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p3
Discusses the various prospects for opportunities awaiting businesses. Impact of globalization; Pressures from expectations of business from society; Demand for fast and effective structures; Growth strategies of Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Cos; Elements for achieving success.


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