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s+b Blogs - Global Perspective (2013)

Below is a full article list from this issue of strategy+business.

Why Strategy Matters in Emerging Markets After All
John Jullens
The argument that companies in developing regions can succeed through execution alone simply isn’t true.
 
Are You Making the Right Moves in China?
Laura W. Geller
Three new studies reveal insight into the Chinese consumer market and business environment.
 
Will China’s New Leaders Step Up to the Plate?
John Jullens
The world is watching as the Chinese Communist Party Congress meets to discuss reform.
 
The Gordian Knot of Global Economic Growth
John Jullens
Why politics as usual in the E.U., the U.S. and China is getting in the way of a strong recovery.
 
Using Your 21st-Century Skills in a 19th-Century World
Susan Cramm
Leaders in developed nations can use their skills and expertise to help make life better for those who need it.
 
Why Haier and Lenovo May Soon Be Household Names
John Jullens
Chinese brands don’t need David Brooks’s “romantic advantage,” just the right capabilities.
 
A Different Kind of Climate Change
Eric McNulty
Businesses must ask themselves what impact they can make on society as social and economic climates change around the world.
 
Empowering the U.K.’s Female Workforce (and the Rest of the World’s, Too)
Laura Harnett and Charlotte Jefferies
The government and private sector must join forces to restore the U.K. to its position as a leader in supporting working women.
 
The Coming Globalization of Chinese Multinationals: Threat or Opportunity?
John Jullens
As Chinese firms expand their international footprint, they can create unique partnerships with their Western competitors.
 
China’s Mid-Market: Where “Good Enough” Just Isn’t
John Jullens
Seven principles can help multinationals sell to a rising segment of eager Chinese customers.
 
China: The Mother of All Black Swans
John Jullens
Low-probability, high-impact events can be catastrophic for companies doing business in the Chinese market.