By David Livermore and Linn Van Dyne, PhDs Whether it’s tapping the opportunities in emerging markets, avoiding a cultural faux […]
  Culture matters. It’s more than just a “nice-to-have.” It’s a key factor in what makes or breaks today’s global […]
  In the race for global talent, employers and universities are looking for highly motivated young people who are self-aware, […]
In most Western classrooms, students are rewarded for speaking up, asking questions, and participating in classroom discussions. In most Asian […]
—Guest post by Dr. Sandra Upton   Today more than 2.5 million students are studying outside their home countries. Estimates predict […]
Augustine of Hippo said, “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” Now, […]
–Guest post by Julie Slagter with David Livermore   If you have culturally diverse customers (and hopefully you do), consider […]
[Excerpt from upcoming global issue in People & Strategy Journal] I recently sat down with Bill McLawhon, head of leadership […]
–Guest post by Anindita Banerjee, a Certified CQ Facilitator and head of cross-cultural training at Renaissance Strategic Consultants If you’re starting to work […]
It’s widely known that Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, frequently leaves one open seat at the company’s most important meetings. It’s […]