Corporations Consulting Group, LLC
About the Author
Dr. Charles H. Yamessou Is a Consultant for International Companies & Businesses for the past three decades. He is the President and chief executive officer of World Multinational Corporations Consulting Group, LLC. Dr. Yamessou is versatile business professional with hands-on experience in sales, entrepreneurship, International Trade & Business, Global Market Strategies, and international businessman. When asked to sum up his job in a few words, Dr. Yamessou’s response is: “Whether you're a first time doing business or you have a complex business situation, we always have solution to fit your needs”. His educational background in Business Administration - International Business and Finance, Computer Information Systems, and Political Science - International Relations has given him a broad base from which to approach many topics. Dr. Yamessou lives in Atlanta, GA., and graduated from Argosy University with a Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) in International Business, and is deeply involved in the community. Dr. Charles H. Yamessou has been a CEO of Balzac, INC. in Ivory Coast for three years 1991 to 1994, While in Africa; he founded and ran Agriculture and Forest Entrepreneur, Balzac, INC., in the Ivory Coast. Additionally, he worked with the Department of Agriculture and Forestry Manager, SCAF – INC., in the Ivory Coast. In the USA he also work for Sonh and Associate, Marietta, GA- USA 1995 to 2009, Co-Owner and Manager for MBH Systems, INC. (Computer Information Systems), Marietta, GA-USA 2000 to 2012, Independent Representative for World Financial Group, Norcross, GA-USA 2012 to 2015.
Within any Multinational Corporations (MNCs) it is the responsibility of the Chairman to communicate their vision and strategies to all of their employees so the strategies can be implemented if the vision is not clear to the employees they may have a challenging time understanding the importance of their role within the organization. This research objective is to examine if there is relationship between the type of techniques Multinational Corporations (MNCs) management uses to communicate their strategies and visions to employees. The results of this research study provide information on how management of organizations can use effective techniques in communicating their organization's vision and strategies to employees across international lines. Therefore, this research results will benefit to the professional community because it provides information on how management may consider the different techniques they use in communicating to domestic employees and those across international lines.