Tag Archives: Multinationals

El cambio hacia una España innovadora: el impulso de las multinacionales

This report analyzes Spain’s position vis-á-vis innovation, comparing it with that of the most advanced countries. It also offers a series of measures to help promote innovation at a local and national level and features an in-depth study of the innovation strengths and challenges Spain faces at all levels as well as the role multinationals …
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2014 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces

Google is the best workplace in the world for the third year in a row, according to the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces List by global consulting firm Great Place to Work (GPTW). SAS Institute and NetApp rank in second and third position respectively. The Spanish company Telefónica is recognized among the 25 best multinationals to work, …
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Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers

The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Strategy&, has published the report, “Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers: Tackle the Operational Challenges”, based on the results of a survey of 125 leading Chinese multinationals. Despite the global crisis, Corporate China continues its push for globalization, currently ranking third in the world for outward FDI. In …
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Depth Index of Globalization 2013

IESE has just presented the latest annual edition of the “Depth Index of Globalization” report, conducted by professors Pankaj Ghemawat and Steve A. Altman. The study analyzes the extent to which countries are globalized with respect to international flows of trade, capital, information and people. To access the full report, visit the IESE Insight website.

2013 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces

Great Place to Work has just published the 2013 edition of the “World’s Best Multinational Workplaces.” For the first time Google topped the list as the number one company, followed by SAS, NetApp, Microsoft and W.L. Gore. Kimberly Clark, Marriott, Diageo, National Instruments and Cisco rounded out the top 10. The Spanish companies BBVA and …
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