Computational Models of Multi-National Organizations
An algorithm for designing multi-national organizations that takes into account cultural dimensions is presented and an example from the command and control field is used to illustrate the approach.
KeywordsPower Distance Uncertainty Avoidance Information Fusion Simple Path Lattice Algorithm
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