Tag Archives: China

Diminishing differences between East and West businesses

Tweet Lynda Gratton is Professor of Management Practice at London Business School, and writes regularly on the future world of work at her blogsite. She does a lot of work internationally, and is currently completing a global research project on […]

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Don't look now – it's China, but not where you expect her

Tweet Whenever people talk of China’s role in the world, there are normally two thoughts that spring to mind. China is fast ‘colonising’ the developing world, building key strategic relationships with resource countries around the world. And, manufacturing jobs in […]

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You're going to have to change your management style

Tweet I spend a large part of my year in conversation with managers working hard to try and understand today’s younger workforce. The pain they’re feeling is palpable. The evidence of change is overwhelming. Making the necessary changes, at times, […]

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Capturing the Asian Opportunity

Tweet S+B (Strategy + Business) is a great ezine from Booz & Co. This week’s edition focuses on where multinational companies might want to focus as the recession draws to an end and an upturn begins. And the place to […]

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1989 – a year that changed everything (everywhere)

Tweet Today is the twentieth anniversary of the Berlin Wall coming down. In just a few weeks, we’ll also celebrate twenty years since the Velvet Revolution (Prague, 17 November), the execution of Nicolae Ceausescu (Bucharest, 25 December), the release of […]

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Cement Usage

Cement Usage

Tweet Here’s a link worth following. It contains a few images of cement usage around the world by the big users. China’s usage for the past 4 years is staggering. We all know this, but seeing it in this particular […]

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