- Council on Foreign Relations fellow Adam Segal decodes the rise of innovation in China and India — and what it really means for the United States.
- As director of human resources (and CEO of a prominent subsidiary), Santrupt Misra oversees the Aditya Birla Group’s strategy for cultural change as it steps out onto the world stage.
- As a result of the Gulf accident, the oil industry faces profound changes — not just in the management of environmental risks, but in every aspect of its business.
- Freelancers are turning to “co-working” environments for better workplace interaction. Companies could use them to boost productivity.May 25, 2010 by Andrew Jones
- As growing numbers of women enter the economic mainstream, they will have a profound effect on global business.
- A review of Rules of Thumb, by Alan M. Webber.August 27, 2009 by David K. Hurst
- Engendering knowledge and respect of other cultures has become increasingly crucial to ensuring trust among employees in global organizations.August 6, 2009
- Noble Group CEO Richard Elman discusses risk, opportunity, and his growth strategy for the commodities business.
- The CEO of Applied Materials offers a road map for the adoption of solar energy technologies in the United States.June 16, 2009 by William J. Holstein
- Strategies for ensuring acceptable working conditions in the global supply chain.
- A survey finds that information technology is a neglected asset in joint ventures, leading to disturbing results.
- A new survey reveals a disconnect between what managers should be doing and what they are doing.
- How corporate leaders can move aggressively to seize new opportunities.
- A heightened level of access to Taiwan from mainland China means new opportunities for foreign investors.December 9, 2008 by Sheridan Prasso
- A survey of automakers and their suppliers unearths the management prerequisites for working together profitably.
- In emerging economies, globalization can be counterproductive for innovation.September 4, 2008
- Economies that depend primarily on a single resource are exposed to ongoing shocks, but an export-based diversification strategy can alleviate the tremors.
- Competitive companies from emerging economies are vying on the same level in mergers with the most powerful corporations in the West.
- How governments and private business can foster environmentally sensitive urban planning.
- How John Deere bucked industrial trends to become an international growth star.May 28, 2008 by William J. Holstein
- Public relations guru Robert Dilenschneider on getting ahead when everyone else is concerned about falling behind.March 25, 2008 by Art Kleiner
- A hybrid solution for sea and air transport addresses the changing nature of global shipping.
- It has long been common wisdom that smart companies don’t outsource the core operations that define them and set them apart from the competition. But that is starting to change as companies contract out elements of their engineering, design, and research and development. Innovation is going global, with pockets of technology and engineering expertise springing up for rent in Asia, Eastern Europe, even Africa. Smart companies are dramatically reconfiguring their processes and innovation footprint — the physical network of operations — to take advantage of that trend. Booz Allen Hamilton’s experts weigh in on the new rules of global innovation.
- Excellent travel and tourism policies, infrastructure, and services can translate into a roaring economy.
- The global travel industry is preparing for the next tourist boom.
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