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It takes a lengthy period for employees to adjust to this culture, and undoubtedly there is a potential conflict between a desire for control for efficiency reasons and autonomy for creativity. Balancing Control and Autonomy Although this topic is equally significant from a subsidiary level perspective, one area of contention relevant to the present discussion is the role of corporate headquarters. A recent Conference Board study (Financial Times 2 March 1999) on this topic highlighted certain common characteristics of headquarters in well-managed companies in the USA, Europe and Asia.

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