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CEMEX’s
Strategic Mix

An s+b Roundtable: This Mexican cement company redefined itself as a global solutions provider with the critical capabilities to match. See also “The Foundation of CEMEX’s Success—In Pictures.”

The Ghost of
Financial
Crises Past

Economic historian Barry Eichengreen finds telling parallels between the botched responses to the stock market crash of 1929 and the financial crisis of 2008.
 

How to Seize the
Opportunities When
Megatrends Collide

Preparing for the inevitable interactions between global forces can help you stay ahead of the competition.


The Redefined
No of the CFO

For today’s financial leader, decisions are based on strategy, not spreadsheets.
 

The Foundation of CEMEX’s Success—In Pictures

How the Mexican company developed the global capabilities needed to support its international business strategy. For more insights, read the related article.

How to Lead in Ambiguous Times

Stability, resilience, and relationships are the keys to thriving amid geopolitical crises.

Best Business Books 2014: Economics

All Things Being Unequal

Erin Meyer Can Make Your Global Team Work

The INSEAD professor shows how people can communicate across cultures. And watch the video “How to Lead a Successful Global Team.”

China’s Philosopher-CEO Zhang Ruimin

Haier’s leader describes how he built a winning global company by continually reframing his management philosophy.

Making Sense of Globalization

The DHL Global Connectedness Index, now in its third edition, shows that not all flows of trade, capital, information, and people are alike.

The Untapped Value of Overseas Experience

How skilled return migrants can be your company’s agents of change.

Joel Kurtzman’s Case for Economic Optimism

The founding editor of strategy+business argues that the United States is about to launch an epic new wave of growth.

Politicians for Prosperity

National leaders, such as India’s new prime minister, Narendra Modi, can make or break their country’s business climate.
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