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Summary: Organizing for International Product Development and Deployment

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Health Care; Pharmaceutical; Diagnostic; Financial Services; Computer Software; Service; Biotech; Telecommunications; Consumer Products; Computer Hardware; Manufacturing; Insurance; Research; Automobile; Consulting; Shipping; Professional Services; Logistics; Medical Device


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Abbott; Janssen Cilag Pharmaceutical; Bank of Guam; Sage; Browne Global Solutions; Amersham; CMC Biopharmaceuticals; Motorola; Electronic Healthcare Systems; Bell South; Gillette; NCR; PLIVA Pharmaceuticals; Biogen; SAP; Organon; Swedia Networks; Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina; Westar Corporation; Pfizer; Western Digital; Call to Call; Wipro Technologies; Chubb Corporation; Toshiba; Ford Motor Company; UPS; GM; i2; Intrado; Johnson & Johnson