Category Archives: Global Economy

Are “Transnationals” The New Global Executives ?


I just read this interesting article about the impact of globalization on education and job market and the rise of the ‘transnationals”.  With globalization, doing business across multiple countries simultaneously is the new normal for global executives who must have international experience … Continue reading

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Make Yourself a Global Asset


Read “Make Yourself a Global Asset” via Scoop.it – Global Leaders In this article, Anna Tavis, head of talent and development at Brown Brothers Harriman champions global experience over education as the key to success in global business. I agree with her … Continue reading

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2012 – The Year Social Media Bubble Will Eventually Burst | Smedio


Today I liked this article from Douglas Idugboe, Digital and New Media Marketing Strategist,because it is clear and has no technical jargon. If you are a non believer comparing social; media today with the 2000 dot.com bubble burst,  here some numbers that helps … Continue reading

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American Culture: The Non Vacation Nation


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How To Understand Cross-Cultural Communication ?


This blog has been inspired by an article published  by Rana Sinha , How to understand cross-cultural analysis?. I have summarized Rana’s key ideas and added my own sources of information Origins and Evolution of Cross-cultural Communication.  Typically anthropologists and social scientists tend to study people and … Continue reading

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Invent Your Future Job: Be Unique, Be Social, Be Global


The fast-paced changes of our societies have affected all industries and is changing the nature of work for the next 10 to 15 years. There are three major challenges for the workforce of the future increasing pressures on organizations to become … Continue reading

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Beyond Motivation: How to Engage Employees To Boost The Economy


According to the latest Gallup survey on American employee’s productivity conducted in 201,  only 29% of employees were engaged or involved and enthusiastic about their job. In contrast 71 % of full-time workers, were “not engaged” including 20% miserable or actively disengaged. These findings … Continue reading

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Who Are The Most Attractive Companies For A Global Career ?


At IBM, the notion of being ‘global’ isn’t just a tag phrase – it’s the ability to engage people at every level to work effectively together across different countries, time zones, languages and cultures – Ron Glover, Vice President, Global … Continue reading

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What Can We Learn From True Global Leaders ?


“To lead the people, walk behind them” -Lao-Tzu What Fortune 100 global companies like GE based in North-America or French insurance company AXA, have in common ?  Why Apple, Google or 3M are among the most admired companies? Those among the … Continue reading

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The Expat Executive Dilemma: Multiple Bosses From Different Cultures


With the globalization more companies will adopt the matrix organization model and so it is not rare to have more than three to seven direct supervisors as described by Amy Galo in her article “Managing Multiple Bosses“. She also gave … Continue reading

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