The Global Enterprise: Where to Now?
February 13, 2017
Join the Center for Global Enterprise (CGE) for a live, 90-minute webinar with Samuel J. Palmisano, CGE founder and former IBM Chairman.
A decade after the publication of his seminal 2006 Foreign Affairs article, Mr. Palmisano reexamines the global business landscape and the challenges facing corporate managers. Powerful forces are pulling in opposite directions: Governments are retrenching from economic and political openness, while technology is bringing people together in everything from commerce to entertainment to scientific endeavors.
Join the discussion to explore:
The issues that will influence the future of the enterprise
The shift from a supply-side to a demand-side world
The right balance as businesses grapple with changes across the economic, political, and technology environments
How disruptive technologies have driven an explosion of data, and with it a re-calculation of economic value
Why developing countries can benefit from the digital environment even more than developed nations
Wednesday, March 8
10:00 am EST/3:00 pm GMT
Participating universities include:
University of Stellenbosch Graduate School of Business, South Africa
IESE Business School, Spain
ESSEC Business School, France
University of Surrey Business School, UK
Brandeis University International Business School, US
Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Croatia
Indian School of Business, India
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