This research, in the field of operations management, is conducted for LambWeston, one of the top three frozen potato products producers in the world. LambWeston has one international business unit in Europe and one in the Unites States. These business units are selling to customers in respectively Europe, Africa and the Middle-East, and in South America, Asia and the Pacific. Urbanisation, rising incomes, changing lifestyles and expanding tourism in emerging countries are factors which lead to the globalization of the frozen potato industry and its customers. Therefore, the frozen potato industry currently invests in worldwide capacity to meet the demands of these upcoming consumption regions. The research objective is providing recommendations to LambWeston, concerning developments for the two international business units, to reach globalization. By means of literature research, information was gathered about key success criteria of corporate strategy, collaboration and coordination, which are necessary to reach globalization. Result from an observation of a meeting of the senior management of both business units, a questionnaire for employees on operational level and interviews with the management, indicate which barriers might have an influence on the development in a global organization and which developments both business units should take to develop into a global organization.