Global Organizational Innovation Strategy

Yezdi H. Godiwalla


Global innovation strategy makes a global (or international) organization more competitive and contributes to long term growth. A focus on newer trends and approaches in the technology and internal and external organizational processes would help the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit and endeavor. The proper organizational entrepreneurial goals, strategy and culture would generate greater connectedness with the relevant task environments for the global organization to explore and subsequently pursue newer product and services. Altogether, the integrated global sharing, joint experimentation among its subsidiaries and their combined innovation effort, the well-interfaced global supply chain’s innovative endeavors, and the well-planned and systematic innovation strategy, together would spur greater global competitiveness and growth. It is a combined global approach that would effectively generate innovation.

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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