The human capital issues around expansion are far greater for technology firms than funding issues
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Christmas cartoon, ‘A Cut too Far’, from Global Integration
A massive opportunity for cultural assimilation – and thence loyalty to their clubs – is being missed. When times get tough (and in any match, there’s usually only one winning team), it’s family and friends who put things into perspective. In bringing footballers with families to the UK – or to any other international environment – it is essential that they have solid support. It’s hugely remiss of the football clubs if they aren’t offering this kind of basic information to their newly arrived players AND their families.
On Stella winning the Apprentice, and what challenges she’ll face in the months ahead
Global Integration is recruiting For an East Coast based International Training Consultant
On building a truly integrated global leadership group
One of the key challenges in managing virtual teams is celbrating on the occasions when we can get together.
On the importance of creating community in remote and virtual teams
By thinking in a structured way about these five simple choices in managing cultural differences, we can generate a lot of creative options and ideas about how to deal with any gaps.
Global leadership – fit or flexibility
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