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GLOBALITY: COMPETING WITH EVERYONE FROM EVERYWHERE FOR EVERYTHING

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Book Summary of GLOBALITY: COMPETING WITH EVERYONE FROM EVERYWHERE FOR EVERYTHING

Globality primarily involves large western corporations expanding their
operations and moving aggressively into new overseas markets. Globality
radically defines a 'post-globalization' world, where companies from India,
China, Russia, eastern Europe, Brazil and Mexico are expanding beyond their
home base, entering and building new markets, creating whole industries, and
competing for customers, resources, market share and attention. In short,
the tide has turned. As a result, western companies need to understand these
emerging new businesses and the economies they come from in order to stay
ahead and stay alive.

Details of Book: GLOBALITY: COMPETING WITH EVERYONE FROM EVERYWHERE FOR EVERYTHING (BSID:31894)

Book GLOBALITY: COMPETING WITH EVERYONE FROM EVERYWHERE FOR EVERYTHING
Author James W. Hemerling Harold L. Sirkin, Arindam K. Bh
ISBN 0755318382
ISBN-13 9780755318384, 978-0755318384
Binding Paperback
Publisher HEADLINE BOOK PUBLISHING
Publishing Date 09/07/2010
Number of Pages 304
Language English

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Yomari June 09, 2011 review from Goodreads

This book shares a message to anyone that conducts, or wants to be successful with thier business ventures around the world...Shares best practice of the East and the West!

Tara September 16, 2015 review from Goodreads

So in light of my decision to go back to uni (seeing as I work in one) and do a Masters in International Business, I randomly started pulling out all the business books I had bought over the years (and not read) towards the end of last year. This was one of them, and it had a really interesting c...

George September 25, 2016 review from Goodreads

Emerging markets can benefit from the cost gap. Developed markets can compete on higher productivity and better infrastructure (including the rule of law)My key takeaways:Roads: A truck from Calcutta to Mumbai, a distance of 1,300 miles, takes 8 days (average speed 6 miles/hr). Itâ??s not only abou...

Jeffrey May 13, 2009 review from Goodreads

Three business consultants tell us that we have to all work harder because there is more competition in the world. This means that we need to hire business consultants such as ... the Boston Consulting Group, that sponsored the book! The subtitle is Competing with Everyone from Everywhere for Eve...

Nicholas Kotecki Kotecki August 19, 2012 review from Goodreads

Very interesting look at how these new companies from the developing world are becoming major global players and how they operate. While it isn't a very detailed description of how these companies how gown and you only get a glimpse of their inner workings this is still a good overview. The book...

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