In my previous blog post, I discussed the topic of entrepreneurial talent and highlighted some findings from the latest GTCI report. One of the key points in the report was about the need to nurture such talents as they provide small businesses, large organizations and countries with a competitive edge. The notion of nurturing implies […]
We have recently come to a point where many declaim the end of globalization as we have known it. Yet, amid this anti-globalization rhetoric, global businesses are clearly taking a different stance, arguing that more, not less, globally proficient talent is needed. A recent AXA World of Work Report, which surveyed 250 firms in eight […]
On January 19, 2016 in Davos INSEAD launched its latest Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) report. As in previous years, the report focuses on the important topic of global talent competitiveness, highlighting the emergence of an unprecedented international landscape that redefines global mobility. Today we can speak about increased mobility across all facets of the […]
Traditionally the United States have been attracting a foreign workforce as a country with a developed economy, near endless opportunities, and English as the predominant working language. However, a recent article in The New York Times argues that today the situation is rather different, with the U.S. losing its edge and facing intense competition in […]
About two decades ago the total of the world’s exports and imports accounted for only 30% of global GDP whereas today international trade makes up more than half of it. It indicates of rapid economic integration, which is naturally transforming the global business landscape. Based on this argument, Oxford Economics undertook an extensive global survey, and their results provide some valuable insights.