The twin shocks of Brexit and the election of President Trump have not killed globalization, or even put it in reverse — at least not yet.
Management guru Jeffrey Pfeffer argues that modern management practices are making employees sick.
I believe that the youth are the golden key in realising the Sustainable Development Goals. Despite the need to engage the youth, we must also provide them with opportunities that they can engage in.
Corporate sustainability is steadily blooming in the conventional African corporate sector. Various leading companies across the continent are ushering in a new corporate culture traversing through their organizational structures and supply chains, seeping into business associations as they work together in accelerating the transition to a sustainable Africa.
From October 9th to the 12th fellows of the IAOM will meet in Vermont for this important yearly event.
Happy Holi! It is easy to be swept up by the colorful, joyful, and raucous celebrations as Indians mark the Hindu holiday of Holi this week. Walking through the streets of Delhi during the festivities, it struck me that Holi is more than a holiday.
“We found the perfect strategy” ranks with “And they lived happily ever after” as a perpetual myth. A strategy is never excellent in and of itself; it is shaped, enhanced, or limited by implementation.
Last year marked a turning point in the global economy. For the first time since the 2008-2009 financial crisis, the global economy was on a synchronous upswing, and its prospects over the short to medium term look equally promising.
I address this especially to business executives, but as citizens of their societies and neighbors in their communities.
Pankaj Ghemawat provides insights about how theories about globalization can be translated from a country level to a city level. Indicators such as import-export, ethnicity or connectivity statistics can provide information which helps us understand how cities are connected with the rest of the world.