25th October, 2021 / 9:00 - 13:00
4th April, 2019
In a globalized economic and business context, the norms that shape organisational practices travel internationally.
This is perhaps most obviously the case within the multinational company, where individuals are responsible for the creation, diffusion, interpretation and negotiation of norms – which may be rules, principles or guidelines – across international operations. At the same time, individual actors in a range of other settings – consultancies, trade unions, NGOs, advocacy groups, etc – also aim to shape global norms affecting the management of organisations, work and employment. We refer to these individuals as globalizing actors.
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