What astronauts can tell earthbound leaders on how to harness cultural diversity in their workplaces
Global marketing strategy needs to be balanced with local relevance and response
When politics and organizations are reduced to economic and financial affairs, something else will inevitably fill the vacuum
Three ways China’s economy is unlike any other
Diversity can be the engine that drives successful international joint ventures. But diversity can also destroy them with schoolyard behaviour
When the oil price cycle and the political cycle are out of whack, we’re doomed to be caught flat-footed
Developing countries that strengthen intellectual property rights attract a greater variety of imports in patent-intensive industries
Tougher laws in China are aimed at making food safety scandals a thing of the past. But the real answer lies in more effective supply chain management
On Edinburgh's Royal Mile, a search for Harris Tweed reveals the confident touch of the invisible hand
Firms’ international behaviour is often shaped by their home country. What does this mean for setting global standards and being socially responsible?
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