alexa Acquisition of Mexican SME’s, its Impact on Organizational Culture and Structure: The Case of Glass and Plastic México

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Acquisition of Mexican SME’s, its Impact on Organizational Culture and Structure: The Case of Glass and Plastic México

SMEs are the main driver of the economy in Mexico. Up to 90% of companies are classified as small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and equivalent to more than 3.6 million companies according to the National Institute of Statistics and Economics [1]. The dynamics of markets and the constant changes in technology demand organizations willing to change and continuous improvement of their processes. Thus, before the globalized world in which we live, where the rivalry between companies is largely influenced by large corporations that are shaped by a large number of renowned companies, bordering local businesses, mostly SMEs, to exit the market.

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