I heard a commentator on the radio go on and on about what a disaster Donald Trump’s tweet about China was. He wasn’t complaining about the content but about the idea of a president elect using twitter in such a delicate diplomatic situation and not using the conventional channels
We all understand globalization as the free movement of goods, ideas and people. Buying Chinese products in European stores, working together with foreign colleagues, and taking an online-course from a physically distant university are all results of globalization.
At its core, the crisis illustrates the need to disregard age-old principles. Unfortunately, creditors’ dogged adherence to some longstanding doctrines has led to misconceived policies, inflicting unnecessary pain on some without putting an end to the crisis. For some, the question of whether recovery will come soon enough is still up in the air
Hundreds of large, international companies were present in Marrakesh and a large number of american firms including Levi Strauss and Hewlett Packard have sent an open letter to the president elect urging him to keep the U.S. in the Paris framework and embrace the transition to a low carbon economy
We are increasingly consulted on it would be better for start-ups to assemble financial resources through crowdfunding (e.g. Kickstarter) or through angel investors, and how to sequence each funding mode
Leadership and People Management
Why is it important to look after your employer branding? Why does it matter how you treat for your employees and how that is communicated? I can think of three reasons (you can surely find others) sufficiently relevant as a starting point
SPOTLIGHT ON BREXIT
IESE professors analyze the continuing Brexit fall-out from different perspectives.
UPDATED: October 31, 2016