Fan Chengxin; Salman Faris*, Ayu Andari
Purpose: This paper discusses the relational method that may be beneficial to address the types of capitalism and the mechanics of institutional environments. It presents two claims, one case study approach of global legal firms and the other on data acquired via conversations with partners. First, it implies that the systems theory emphasis on the conduct of important actors when new or unusual work practices are met certainly explains the managing of organisational heterogeneity by transnational companies. One such approach shows experts and technical service managers’ characteristics and how these influence globalising law firms’ behaviours when business practices in the home and host vary. As a second point, the essay demonstrates how relational techniques to aid in disaggregating accounts of nation organisational settings to demonstrate how important it analyses the constituent practices of these systems. Knowing these micro-level variances is important to better understand whether corporations deal with institutional heterogeneity in their operations. Consequently, the author contends that further expanding the actor- and training analyses suggested by relational methods would aid in the development of a deeper understanding of the impacts of transnational corporations on local enterprise applications.
[ FULL TEXT PDF 1-4 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2021.special.12