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Culture without a buffer – the road to Global Competences

February 8, 2016

Out of good intentions and for the sake of efficiency, business travellers are often shielded from dealing with cultural challenges. Dinners are arranged with local colleagues who ensure everything runs smoothly, assistants organize flights and hotels, ensure that we are picked up at the airport, are ferried to and from meetings or back to hotels. […]

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Managing Global Innovation Workshop

April 30, 2015

The Global R&D Network Meeting at Novozymes April 21 had about 35 participants representing 18 different major Danish companies. Some of the responses from the participants: “I was indeed very inspirational to have a full day session with Yves Doz. He provided some strong insights in managing and organizing global innovation – and not least […]

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The Global Project Manager

July 7, 2014

Standard project management needs to be adjusted to achieve the objectives of good project management in a non-western culture. Several recent studies have documented this in a number of African countries. This makes the role of the project manager central and complex in a global context. Effective managers of projects must understand and apply the […]

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