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Organizations face a seismic shift in the world order, which will take us into uncharted territory. A world crafted primarily by the US is now fading; in its place an untested multipolar world, designed by new architects is emerging. Steering organizations through this period of transition will be the greatest challenge for business leaders this century. Dr. Robert DaviesOrganizations face a seismic shift in the world order, which will take us into uncharted territory. A world crafted primarily by the US is now fading; in its place an untested multipolar world, designed by new architects is emerging. Steering organizations through this period of transition will be the greatest challenge for business leaders this century. Dr. Robert Davies critically explores research and thinking, and provides readers with new tools that address the four central questions that every business leader must answer:Who are the new global architects?What partnerships could they form to reshape our world?How will these partnerships influence the global business environment?Do we face a peaceful or fractious, conflict-ridden transition to a new world?Critically, The Era of Global Transition provides a framework that helps readers and companies to develop a new strategy that will help their organizations face an unexplored world....

Title : The Era of Global Transition: Crises and Opportunities in the New World
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ISBN : 9780230348769
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
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The Era of Global Transition: Crises and Opportunities in the New World Reviews

  • Jane
    2018-08-25 06:03

    An important subject and the book probably deserves more than three stars. It was a medium-difficult book, scientifically detailed, narrower audience than the general public, but expository enough to be clear. It sure deserves a lot more attention than it's got so far.