International assignment failure - Quantifiable costs are just the tip of the iceberg
Crucial but not always quantifiable:
Project delay or failure
International assignments must have a clear purpose; assignment numbers, types, packages and support must match the needs and priorities of the business and deliver the required return on investment. Organisations also have a 'duty of care' to employees. Furthermore, moving the right people, safeguarding employee performance, maintaining employee commitment and retaining key employees are global mobility challenges which impact the bottom line.
Achieving a competitive advantage through global mobility
The business case for getting global mobility right is not solely to avoid international assignment failure, it is also to achieve a competitive advantage.
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