Economist Intelligence Unit 2012

Competing Across Borders: How Cultural and Communication Barriers Affect Business A survey of 572 global executives in 2012, with almost 50% of them  being C-level or Board level executives, found that:   ♦”Most companies understand the cost of not improving the cross-border skills of their employees, yet many are not doing enough to address the challenge. Despite acknowledging… Continue Reading

Intercultural Management in the Global Economy

A Discussion with Notre Dame Professor Elizabeth Tuleja by Dean Vella, Bisk Education, Inc. The increasing globalization of the marketplace carries immense implications for the U.S. economy and for companies hoping to do business abroad. In 2012, exports of U.S. goods and services hit a record $2.2 trillion and supported almost 10 million jobs, according… Continue Reading