China has become the largest economy on the planet and we’re witnessing a collective silent scream on behalf of the West in response to the loss of its worldwide dominion.
From the effects of populism throughout the New and Old World to Russia´s slow, but steady positive growth, the IMF's economic predictions for 2017 have had to take into account the geopolitical volatility. Frankly, it is hard to know what we can expect with so many unexpected precedents. In Europe, all eyes will be on…
Despite signs of economic recovery, populist movements against globalization present a watershed moment in 2017. Business leaders should plan for volatility and Industry 4.0 disruption, using gamification to develop talent, and rethinking what it means to win. IESE professors Nuria Mas, Mireia Las Heras, Marc Sachon, Pankaj Ghemawat and John Almandoz weigh in.
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