Home > Articles > Business & Management > Global Business

Global Business

RSS Feed Subscribe to this topic  RSS details

96 Items

Sort by Date | Title

The Rise of the State: Profitable Investing and Geopolitics in the 21st Century, Past and Prologue
By Yiannis G. Mostrous, David F. Dittman, Elliott H. Gue
Aug 18, 2010
The authors of The Rise of the State introduce their book, which posits that sustainable economic growth increases geopolitical power, which in turn allows for greater assertion in the pursuit of economic greatness. Consequently the investments made by the new powers, domestically and internationally, are more aggressive as well as different in nature than before.
Out of Water: From Abundance to Scarcity and How to Solve the World's Water Problems
By Colin Chartres, Samyuktha Varma
Aug 12, 2010
The authors of Out of Water believe a water crisis is imminent, and propose using scientific and socio-economic evidence as the basis for reform and management action in the water sector.
Introduction to the Economics of Food: What Goes Up…
By Patrick Westhoff
Feb 18, 2010
Patrick Westhoff explains how understanding why food prices rise and fall can help us anticipate and react to future market developments and make important decisions as a society about how best to feed and fuel the planet.
Maybe the Fans Are Right
By David J. Berri, Martin B. Schmidt
Jan 19, 2010
Decision-making is not often as rational as traditional economics argues. And that story has an impact on our understanding of both sports and economics.
The Econosphere: We Are All Born with a Loaf of Bread
By Craig Thomas
Oct 27, 2009
Craig Thomas explains what the econosphere is -- our social environment where we work, live, raise our families, and govern ourselves -- and how it works.
Tips for Recruitment and Retention in Asian Markets: An Interview with Christina Ooi
By Christina S S Ooi, Stephanie Overby
Oct 20, 2009
Whether you’re outsourcing development or building new business outposts, you need to learn the management techniques that really matter in these regions.
Are You Better Off Than You Were as a Kid?
By Jane White
Sep 30, 2009
Jane White asks the question, “Are you better off than you were growing up?” The answer may very well be no.
Introduction to The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, Revised and Updated 5th Anniversary Edition
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 26, 2009
A Philosophy for Developing Products and Services for the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 24, 2009
C.K. Prahalad introduces the concept that in order to provide products and services to the market at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) you must challenge assumptions that you have developed over a long period of time.
Engaging the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 24, 2009
In this excerpt from his book, C.K. Prahalad shows that the Bottom of the Pyramid can be a source of innovation for not only products and processes, but business models as well.
Lessons for Multi National Corporations from Markets at the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 24, 2009
In this excerpt from his book, C.K. Prahalad explains that the choices at the Bottom of the Pyramid are simple: either change your management systems to cut costs or lose significant amounts of money.
The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Innovate with Hybrids
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 24, 2009
In this excerpt from his book, C.K. Prahalad explains that The BOP market can and must be addressed by the most advanced technologies creatively combined with existing (and evolving) infrastructure.
The Nature of the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Market
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 24, 2009
A common assumption is that the poor have no purchasing power and, therefore, do not represent a viable market. C.K. Prahalad refutes this assumption and goes on to show that markets "at the bottom of the pyramid" are accessible, brand-conscious, connected, and eager for advanced technology.
A Philosophy for Developing Products and Services for the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 23, 2009
C.K. Prahalad introduces the concept that in order to provide products and services to the market at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) you must challenge assumptions that you have developed over a long period of time.
Lessons for Multi National Corporations from Markets at the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 23, 2009
In this excerpt from his book, C.K. Prahalad explains that the choices at the Bottom of the Pyramid are simple: either change your management systems to cut costs or lose significant amounts of money.
The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Innovate with Hybrids
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 23, 2009
In this excerpt from his book, C.K. Prahalad explains that The BOP market can and must be addressed by the most advanced technologies creatively combined with existing (and evolving) infrastructure.
The Nature of the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Market
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 23, 2009
A common assumption is that the poor have no purchasing power and, therefore, do not represent a viable market. C.K. Prahalad refutes this assumption and goes on to show that markets "at the bottom of the pyramid" are accessible, brand-conscious, connected, and eager for advanced technology.
Surviving the War for Talent in Asia: Asian Economic Growth
By Christina S S Ooi
Sep 3, 2009
Asia is transforming! What drives this momentum? Why is the transformation so evident now? In this chapter, Christina SS Ooi examines how all this started and what sustains it.
Shrimp: The Endless Quest for Pink Gold
By Jack Rudloe, Anne Rudloe
Aug 27, 2009
Jack Rudloe and Anne Rudloe provide an introduction to the abundant, easy to catch, and delicious shrimp and the conflict they can cause in a battle that is as old as humanity itself--hunter-gatherers versus agriculture.
The Market at the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Jul 28, 2009
C.K. Prahalad offers a better approach to help the poor.

< Prev Page 1 2 3 4 5 Next >