Senior Partner & Managing Director
Globalization is in the midst of a profound change, its basic tenets pressured by rising protectionism and the diverging growth paths of emerging markets. At the same time, digital integration is accelerating. For every barrier to globalization, it seems, there’s a catalyst for a new kind of connectivity. Companies must understand the new realities.
If you base your global strategy on an outdated narrative, you risk missing big opportunities.
Success will hinge on having an approach that is far more country centric.
Get started, one country at a time.
Economic and social inequality are a threat. Business must be part of the solution.
Focus on one thing: delivering inclusive, sustainable growth.
“If the retreat narrative is the only one that informs your global strategy, you risk overlooking some of the most important growth opportunities on the horizon.”
Managers accustomed to stability need to up their game.
The sources of economic growth in India are shifting. The country must act quickly—and differently.
Figure out the firm-level implications of macroeconomic and political developments.
What separates systems that persist from those that don’t?
One of the keys to unlocking growth is to take a more flexible, differentiated approach to assessing emerging markets and prioritizing opportunities.