- In order to compete in emerging markets, Siemens had to learn what the locals wanted.
- The earth’s northernmost regions are rich in resources. The challenge will be accessing them sustainably. See also “Business Opportunities in the Arctic—In Pictures.”
- August 27, 2013 by Mark TercekBy demonstrating the value of investing in the environment, conservationists can forge unexpected partnerships and reap large-scale benefits.
- A Booz & Company study reveals that only 17 percent of companies are poised for a profitable future.
- August 6, 2013 by John JullensAs Chinese firms expand their international footprint, they can create unique partnerships with their Western competitors.
- August 1, 2013 by Matt PalmquistCompanies that focus on consumers with little spending power can change the dynamics of an industry.
- July 9, 2013 by John JullensSeven principles can help multinationals sell to a rising segment of eager Chinese customers.
- June 11, 2013 by John JullensLow-probability, high-impact events can be catastrophic for companies doing business in the Chinese market.
- May 6, 2013 by John JullensThe opposing views of Thomas Friedman and Pankaj Ghemawat on the state of globalization have significant implications for multinationals.
- April 19, 2013Multinationals can increase exports from markets hurt by a decline in local sales.
- April 1, 2013 by John JullensMultinationals creating partnerships with Chinese companies can adopt eight best practices to help manage the unique complexities they often encounter.
- February 25, 2013 by John JullensRising labor costs will challenge China’s manufacturing base, but five factors point to opportunities for growth.
- November 27, 2012
- November 27, 2012 by Matt PalmquistTo stem the loss of repatriated employees, multinationals must show them more respect.
- Why global companies need to rethink their operating models.
- February 28, 2012 by Matt PalmquistA new way to assess the pluses.
- November 11, 2011Skilled foreign employees help firms sell abroad.
- October 24, 2011 by Melissa Master CavanaughAuthors Sylvia Ann Hewlett and Ripa Rashid argue that corporate leaders are overlooking one of the most enthusiastic, capable sources of talent in the world: women in emerging markets.
- March 22, 2010 by Art KleinerBooz & Company’s Edward Tse believes that, despite the challenges in today’s headlines, companies should take a long-term view when shaping their China strategy.
- December 7, 2009 by Edward TseExecutives should track Internet commentary in China to protect their company’s reputation — and market position.
- June 11, 2009In just a few decades, Chinese companies have evolved into international conglomerates capable of competing at the highest levels.
- May 14, 2009Investing abroad can lead to an increase in domestic spending on R&D and salaries.
- May 5, 2009 by William J. HolsteinNirmalya Kumar, a professor of marketing at the London Business School, argues in a new book that although the world economic crisis may have taken the bite out of some Indian companies, most will adapt and emerge globally.
- To succeed globally, “multilatinas” — and all aspiring international companies from developing nations — must make rapid strides in governance, transparency, and executive appointments.
- July 29, 2008 by William J. HolsteinPeter Felix, president of the Association of Executive Search Consultants, discusses the new effort by multinationals to hire local executives in foreign locales.
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