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Shell And International Business Shell - 2276 Words

Shell and International Business Diana Morris BUS616 International Business Dr. Cynthia Spanhel May 23, 2016 Shell and International Business Introduction Shell is a global energy and petrochemical company that is dedicated to providing services in upstream, integrated gas, downstream, projects and technology. Royal Dutch Shell plc is the parent company for Shell subsidiaries that was formed in 1907 and headquartered in The Hague, the Netherlands. Shell has over 93,000 employees and produce 3.0 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (Shell Global, 2016). Shell believes that their role is to ensure that they deliver energy resources profitably and in a socially and environmentally responsible way. The financial and†¦show more content†¦The next stage of production is the sale of the commodity through retail and B2B sales. Figure 1 Process flow of Shell business. Reprinted from Shell website. Shell is a big player in the international business world and many aspects of the organization drive financial and international interactions. The following will outline Shell’s culture of the organization as it relates to norms and values. In addition, the paper will address Shell’s foreign direct investment, accounting practices as well as its strategic positioning in the globe. The Culture, Value and Norms of Shell Shell creates diversity and inclusion in its culture as it believes it helps innovate, develop and retain talent. The core values for Shell’s business are honesty, integrity and respect for people and are governed through Shell’s code of conduct (Shell, 2016). Shell promotes a woman’s perspective to discover how woman are developing their careers and wants to hear from a woman’s voice. In addition, Shell works to bring cultures together with 60 active employee networks around 22 countries with 155 nationalities working in more than 70 countries (Shell, 2016). Shell promotes individualism through its upward mobility in advancements and graduate programs as well as groups through its employee networks. A global corporation accommodates multiple countries with different cultural circumstances. By bringing the various cultures together and

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