Monthly Archives: May 2011

Is Your Organization Multinational or Global?

In Global Business, it’s more than just semantics! Michael Porter, the highly acclaimed Harvard Business School professor, was one of the first scholars to define the differences between a “Multinational Company” and a “Global” company. In Competitive Advantage of Nations … Continue reading

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The 21st Century Talent Crisis Irony

Can your Global Organization find Plenty of Workers, but still have a Shortage of Talent? It has been a difficult few years for business. Global financial crises, recessions, energy price spikes and currency swings have made it one of the most … Continue reading

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Cultural Imperialism or Economic Reality?

Why not GlobalMandarin or GlobalSpanish? At GlobalEnglish, we’re often asked if we will be rolling out solutions for Mandarin, or even Spanish.  After all, only one twentieth of the world’s population speaks English as their native language.  Mandarin has more … Continue reading

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Mission: Very Possible

Embracing and Profiting from The Remarkable Convergence of Globalization Through English as a Common Business Language Even though there are only 300 million native English speakers on the planet, more than one in four humans actually speaks English, and that … Continue reading

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