In an article on corporate leaders choosing to stay put in India after landing global roles, The Economic Times spoke with BCG's Abheek Singhi, who leads the firm's Consumer and Retail practice in Asia-Pacific. "You need to get used to doing calls across different time zones—installing video equipment and soundproofing a room in the house would help," Abheek said.
In an article that touched on trends in global trade, Forbes.com referenced The Shifting Economics of Global Manufacturing, BCG's comprehensive study on the top 25 export economies.
took a look at how Chinese firms are run, mentioning the Harvard Business Review article on “A Chinese Approach to Management” by BCG alumnus Thomas Hout of the Monterey Institute of International Studies and BCG Senior Partner David Michael. "Messrs Hout and Michael are also struck by Chinese companies’ emphasis on speed, and their willingness to throw things at the market," the article notes. "However, their paper’s focus is broader—on how Chinese entrepreneurs are coping with the speed at which technology-related industries are changing."