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The Institute for Education and CGE host lunch discussion on Globalization 2.0: Tomorrow’s Opportunities & Markets

The Institute for Education in partnership with The Center for Global Enterprise hosted guest speakers Samuel J. Palmisano, Chris Caine, and Peter ...

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CGE Hosts Worldwide CEO Exchange

After conducting four regional CEO gatherings,  the CGE on December 9 and 10, 2015 hosted a Worldwide CEO Exchange in ...

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Globalization has transformed the economies of countless countries. It has also transformed business – how it’s conducted, where it’s conducted, and by whom. The transformation has touched the very structure of the enterprise as well as the nature and definition of economic “value.” Emblematic of the change has been the emergence of the Globally Integrated Enterprise (GIE), which refers to companies that are truly “global” (as opposed to “multinational”) in their management and their operations, utilizing  global supply chains not just for products, but also services, capital, ideas and intellectual property. As at previous inflection points in history, we need a new language – and new thinking – to harness the promise of this new era for society and avoid the peril that can arise in periods of change.


The New Enterprise: How Emerging Markets Can Go Global

As president and chief executive of IBM, Samuel Palmisano oversaw a dynamic and diverse global business for nearly a decade. IBM introduced numerous new initiatives, experienced growth in multiple markets and saw record financial performance during Palmisano’s tenure.

Creating and Capturing Value in a Semiglobalized World

Professor Pankaj Ghemawat invites you to the presentation of key findings from a major research project on business models for globalizing companies. The project, co-sponsored by NYU Stern’s Center for the Globalization of Education and Management (CGEM) and the Center for Global Enterprise (CGE), engaged leading academics who developed white papers on supply chains, marketing,… Read more