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International Press / 2007

‘ADDING value scorecard’ in IT
The Hindu Business Line
December 31, 2007

The expert on the strategies tech leaders are following to score in the global arena.

“Experts agree that rote learning about the beliefs, customs, and taboos of foreign cultures isn’t sufficient. It will never prepare people for every situation that arises.”
Add value, not just more volume, exhorts Pankaj Ghemawat, author of Redefining Global Strategy (www.tatamcgrawhill.com
). Deploy the ‘ADDING value scorecard’ he advises.
The acronym stands for Adding volume, or growth; Decreasing costs; Differentiating or increasing willingness-to-pay; Improving industry attractiveness or bargaining power; Normalising (or optimising) risk; and Generating knowledge (and other resources and capabilities).

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International Press / 2007

World is not flat, academic says
Reuters
December 15, 2007, Eddie Evans

NEW YORK (Reuters) - One of the most talked-about books of the last two years was "The World is Flat," in which author Thomas Friedman argued that borders between countries were becoming less and less important. Now, Pankaj Ghemawat warns in "Redefining Global Strategy" that businesses suffer when they follow such globalization logic too far. The real state of the world is neither globalized nor local, Ghemawat writes. It is semiglobalized, and will remain so for decades to come...

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International Press / 2007

What is Bigger Thinking? Is the World Flat?
CNBC
December, 2007, Exclusive features from CNBC
Is the World Flat? Professor Pankaj Ghemawat challenges Author Thomas Friedman's notion of a flat world made popular by Friedman in his bestselling book, The World is Flat. Infosys CEO Nandan Nilekani joins them to debate the shape of our emerging business landscape. Debate Part 1: Friedman, Nilekani and Ghemawat lay out their positions on the current state of global markets...

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International Press / 2007

The World as an Imperfect Globe
The New York Times
December 02, 2007, Stephen Kotkin
NEARLY a quarter century ago, Theodore Levitt, the Harvard business professor, heralded a global convergence of consumer tastes. The global corporation, he proclaimed, "sells the same things in the same way everywhere." In 2005, Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times columnist, sounded a similar trumpet about the effects of technology, inaugurating his world-is-flat franchise. But Pankaj Ghemawat amasses data to show that even now, globalization has profound, and most likely enduring, limits. Mr. Ghemawat, who teaches at the Harvard Business School as well as at IESE Business School in Barcelona, traveled to India's state of Punjab in the early 1990s to examine a Pepsi-Cola plant and discovered that management felt compelled to have a stated policy of absolutely no AK-47s inside the building. World patterns of consumption and production might partly be converging, but business environments vary...

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International Press / 2007

The World Is Flat?
Newsweek
November, 2007, Fareed Zakaria
Thomas Friedman warned that national borders soon won't matter. Challenging this basic assumption is the Harvard Scholar, Pankaj Ghemawat, who reveals that globalization of most economic activities is still at 10% rather than 100%. He's here to discuss his new book Redefining Global Strategy.

FZ: Friedman says... that other countries are participating in a single global economy for the first time and broadband has made it possible...so what part of that is wrong?

PG: I think it's useful to start with some historical context. David Livingstone in 1850 talked about the railway and the telegraph uniting people, breaking down nationalities and making the world one. And there is certainly a lot of evidence suggesting that actually the telegraph did much more for price equalization in the world than has happened with any of these new forms of information technology. So I think what we see is that every 10 or 20 years, somebody comes forth with some apocolyptic pronouncement about where the world's at and I don't think we're that much closer to a flat world than when David Livingstone made his point in the 1850s...

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International Press / 2007

Kicking ass in an unflat world
The Economist
November, New York, From The Economist print version
...Pankaj Ghemawat, has written a new book that comes encouragingly close to that ideal. He convincingly challenges, in a readily accessible way, the thrust of Thomas Friedman's hugely popular book, "The World is Flat". Differences between countries matter enormously, Mr Ghemawat explains, and unless companies seek to understand those differences - which can be cultural, administrative, geographic or economic - their global strategies are likely to fail. Particularly revealing is Mr Ghemawat's account of how Coca-Cola has gradually developed a global strategy that "neither ignores the differences across countries nor caves in to them entirely-that is, it recognises the reality of semiglobalisation." This book deserves to be a bestseller, but it may be hamstrung by its strikingly boring title, "Redefining Global Strategy". If Mr Ghemawat really wanted to think big and kick ass, he should have called it "The World is Not Flat."

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International Press / 2007

Um dia na vida de um global trader
EXAME, Portal Exame
November 29, 2007, Giuliana Napolitano
No novo capitalismo financeiro, os operadores estão ligados 24 horas por dia e tomam decisões que podem abalar empresas e países. Às 3 horas da manhã, só se ouve um distante barulho de mar na avenida Rui Barbosa, um dos endereços mais tradicionais do Rio de Janeiro. À noite reina a tranqüilidade naquela faixa da orla, onde não há bares nem restaurantes. Só os poucos carros que passam por ali quebram o silêncio tão apreciado pelos moradores durante o sono da madrugada...

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International Press / 2007

Global IP Strategy & national differences
IP Thinktank Blog
November 20, 2007
Global strategy guru Pankaj Ghemawat (professor at both IESE and Harvard), wrote a post earlier this week on exploiting differences between countries for strategic advantage. Pankaj's post focussed on arbitrage (exploiting price differentials between markets). However, the concept applies particularly well to global intellectual property strategy - in fact, it is at the heart of every excellent IP strategy...

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International Press / 2007

Die Welt ist nicht flach
DER ÖKONOMISCHE GASTBEITRAG 
November, 2007
Ein weit verbreiteter Mythos zum Thema Globalisierung behauptet, die Welt sei flach oder werde es zumindest bald sein. Damit ist gemeint, dass nationale Grenzen in absehbarer Zeit keine Rolle mehr spielen werden...

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International Press / 2007

Ghemawat: Borders Matter
Organizations and Markets
November 19, 2007, Peter Klein
The world is still round, says Pankaj Ghemawat in his new book Redefining Global Strategy: Crossing Borders in a World Where Differences Still Matter (HBS Press, 2007). Here's an interview that lays out the main argument. FDI, for example, is growing, but remains only about 10% of total global investment. If the world is flat, asks Ghemawat, why isn't it much more? The answer is...

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International Press / 2007

Maybe the world isn't flat after all
Bookshelf
November/December, 2007, BizEd, Bookshelf
Harvard and IESE professor Pankaj Ghemawat certainly doesn't think so, and he's concerned about current attitudes toward the inevitability of globalization...

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International Press / 2007

It's a Semiglobalized World
the Globalist
November 16, 2007, Pankaj Ghemawat


While the world's markets and economies are becoming increasingly integrated, the process is far from complete - and differences between countries are much greater than generally recognized. As a result, the world is not globalized - rather, it is semiglobalized, argues Pankaj Ghemawat in this Globalist Bookshelf selection from "Redefining Global Strategy."...

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International Press / 2007

Negócios ainda são poucos globais
Valor Econômico
November 12, 2007, Ana Paula Lacerda

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International Press / 2007

Executivos brasileiros ainda não possuem o perfil global desejado
Valor Econômico
November 12, 2007, Ana Paula Lacerda
Ghemawat diz que o fato do país ter tido uma economia fechada por muitos anos comprometeu o geração de talentos. Os executivos brasileiros ainda não estão preparados para a era da globalização. É o que afirma o economista indiano Pankaj Ghemawat, renomado especialista em estratégia empresarial que esteve em São Paulo semana passada para participar da ExpoManagement...

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International Press / 2007

'Os negócios estão muito menos globalizados do que se imagina
O Estado de S.Paulo
November 12, 2007, Ana Paula Lacerda
Pankaj Ghemawat, professor da escola européia de negócios IESE e considerado um dos "gurus" da globalização, diz que na verdade o mundo não está assim tão globalizado. Autor de Redefinindo Estratégia Global - Cruzando fronteiras em um mundo de diferenças que ainda importam, Ghemawat esteve no Brasil recentemente para o HSM Expo Management. Ele defende que os negócios ainda são muito mais locais que globais e a hegemonia dos Estados Unidos deve se enfraquecer com o tempo. A razão é que as empresas americanas têm muita dificuldade em entender consumidores e parceiros de outros lugares...

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International Press / 2007

The World's Biggest Myth?
Foreign Policy
November/December, 2007, Pankaj Ghemawat


It happens every time there's a global credit squeeze, an international trade dispute, or an outsourcing outrage. Like clockwork, the two opposing forces of the enduring globalization debate go to battle on the world's oped pages, in policyshop salons, and sometimes in the streets. The proglobalizers talk of leveling playing fields and freeing markets to spread wealth to every corner of the world. The antiglobalizers claim rich countries and corporations have set up the rules of the game in their favor, profiting from the hard work and low expectations of most of the world's poor...

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International Press / 2007

Innovación y creatividad como ejes
La Nación
Octubre 28, 2007


El jueves y viernes próximos, importantes ejecutivos del mundo de los negocios tendrán cita en la Rural para exponer frente a un gran auditorio sus ideas, enseñanzas y éxitos, en Expomanagement 2007.

Esta vez el evento, organizado por HSM, compañía multimedial internacional de capacitación ejecutiva, tendrá como eje la innovación y la creatividad aplicada a los negocios. En esta ocasión expondrán Francis Ford Coppola, Tom Peters, Madeleine Albright, John Davis, Tom Kelley, Lyn Heward, Nick Shreiber, José Luis Nueno, Pankaj Ghemawat y Alex Rovira.

El encuentro se desarrollará durante dos jornadas, y el primer expositor será Francis Ford Coppola. El conocido cineasta estadounidense dará cátedra sobre sus distintos emprendientos.

A lo largo de los años logró éxitos cinematográficos como El Padrino y Apocalipsi Now, entre otros, y desarrolló otros tantos negocios que posee y dirige, como dos bodegas, tres resorts en el Caribe, dos restaurantes, una prestigiosa revista literaria. Su vida y experiencias harán que deslumbre a los presente con su discurso sobre cómo revelar la esencia del producto, cómo explorar la fuente de la creatividad, y cómo desarrollar el talento propio y de los otros.

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International Press / 2007

Expomanagement: Aprenda a valorizar as diferenças
Administradores.com.br
November 12, 2007, Ana Paula Lacerda
Expomanagement: Aprenda a valorizar as diferenças. Aprenda a valorizar as diferenças e esqueça aquela história de que o mundo hoje é um só se você quiser ter sucesso em negócios neste rotulado planeta globalizado. São pequenas lições que muitas vezes soam de forma estranha atualmente, mas que foram insistentemente frisadas por Pankaj Ghemawat, professor de Estratégia Global na IESE Business School de Administração de Empresas da Harvard Business Scholl (HBS), no primeiro dia da ExpoManagement, realizada pela HSM em São Paulo...

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International Press / 2007

Flat World - or Globaloney?
CBS News
November 1 , 2007, Sean Silverthorne
In his best-selling The World is Flat, Thomas Friedman argues that lowering trade barriers and increasing world connectivity has created a level playing field for individuals and businesses to compete on a global scale. Harvard Business School professor Pankaj Ghemawat calls that vision of the early 21st century "globaloney". In fact, Ghemawat argues in a new book, Redefining Global Strategy: Crossing Borders in a World Where Differences Still Matter, that building a global strategy based on a flat earth assumption could send your company over the edge...

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International Press / 2007

Nada mais global que as diferenças
Valor Econômico, Estratégia
Novembro, 2007
A Globalizaçao tomou conta do planeta ou é uma ilusão que move companhias internacionalmente, trazeado prejuízos consideráveis aos que imaginam que o mundo inteiro poderá reproduzir modelos sem levar em conta as diferencas socio-culturais entre paises? A reflexão está nos estudos do economista indiano Pankaj Ghemwat, um dos mais renomados especialistas...

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International Press / 2007

Is or isn't the world flat?
Technosoc Blogspot.com
October 29, 2007, by Fabrizio
Globalization has bound people, countries, and markets closer than ever, rendering national borders relics of a bygone era - or so we're told. But a close look at the data reveals a world that's just a fraction as integrated as the one we thought we knew. In fact, more than 90 percent of all phone calls, Web traffic, and investment is local. What's more, even this small level of globalization could still slip away...

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International Press / 2007

The World's Biggest Myth
Where the world comes together - Blog Reprint Version
October 29, 2007, Foreign Policy November/December 2007
From the Globalization Index 2007 reprint & mention of the FP article...

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International Press / 2007

Pankaj Ghemawat on Bloomberg News
October 26, 2007
Pankaj Ghemawat is interviewed on Bloomberg News about KFC and their success overseas, as well as other thoughts on international business...

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International Press / 2007

Globalisation is a Distant Dream
Economic Times, India Times
October 26, 2007, Dibeyendu Ganguly
In his new book, Redefining Global Strategy, Pankaj Ghemawat uses the business of football to illustrate his take on globalisation. First there's the rudimentary fact that the world's biggest game - Kofi Anan once enviously noted that more countries belong to FIFA than to the United Nations - has little appeal in the USA, the world's biggest economy and largest sports market. More interesting is the process through which football has seemingly gone global, but still stayed very local, over the past few decades...

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International Press / 2007

Globalization and Culture Carriers
Letters from the Global Province
October 24, 2007, GlobalProvince.com
Globaloney. Truth is, we humanoids are a pretty parochial bunch - no matter where. As Professor Pankaj Ghemawat of Harvard has commented in "Globalization Myths vs. Reality" on his blog "What in the World," economic activity is still very much concentrated in local little pods, and cosmic communication still does not typify so-called global marketplaces...

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International Press / 2007

Businesses Beware: The World Is Not Flat
Harvard Business School, Working Knowledge
October 15, 2007, Martha Lagace
With apologies to Thomas Friedman, managers who believe the hype of a flat world do so at their own risk, says HBS professor Pankaj Ghemawat. National borders still matter a lot for business strategists. While identifying similarities from one place to the next is essential, effective cross-border strategies will take careful stock of differences as well. A Q&A and book excerpt follow...

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International Press / 2007

A sceptic's guide to handling globalisation
Business Life & Business Books, FT.COM
October 11, 2007, Tony Jackson
In the competing hubbub of books on management, there is a general tendency to shout too loud: read my book and it will transform your company. Ignore it and you will fail. [Pankaj Ghemawat] has come up with a subtle variant. [His] main premise is that globalisation is not as important as you might think. The world is only semi-globalised, and will be for decades... Consider, he says, that of all capital investment by corporations worldwide, only 10 percent takes place outside the home country. Consider too that a smaller proportion of the world's population are long-term immigrants today than in 1900...

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International Press / 2007

Futebol & Globalizaçao
Época Negócios
Outubro, 2007
Um especialista de Harvard investe contra "profecias globais" e reúne dados para provar que o mundo ainda está distante da total integração. Exemplo disso: a trajetória do esporte mais popular do planeta, por Pankaj Ghemawat...

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International Press / 2007

Overstating the Flatness of International Commerce
Fierce CIO, The Executive IT Management Briefing 
October 8, 2007, Fierce CIO
While it is important to take advantage of similarities across borders, it is also critical to address differences. Technologies and standards may enable connectivity and collaboration at a distance, but it is an exaggeration to believe that we have achieved the "death of distance"...

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International Press / 2007

Pankaj Ghemawat Interviewed on The Krow Show
October 3, 2007, with Paul McLoughlin
Calling in from Barcelona, Pankaj Ghemawat is interviewed by Paul McLoughlin. McLoughlin sets the stage for this show with Pankaj Ghemawat's Redefining Global Strategy dedication: "To my good wife who has helped me understand that globalization does not mean forgetting where I'm from." McLoughlin discusses Pankaj Ghemawat's journey from childhood to redefining global strategy.

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International Press / 2007

World Is Still Far from Flat... Straight to the Source
October 3, 2007, Ann All
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman's contention that "The World Is Flat" has not only sold a lot of books, but also helped radically alter the way that many companies do business. But while technological advances and falling telecommunications costs have made it possible for companies to employ workers around the world and to reap the benefits of low-cost labor and 24/7 operations, they haven't canceled out the cultural differences that continue to make global operations a challenge...

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International Press / 2007

The World Is Round, A new book on globalization
by a Harvard Business School professor concludes that the world really is round
Steve Mezak's Blog
October 3, 2007, Steve Mezak
Pankaj Ghemawat says you must take the differences between people and cultures into serious consideration if your business is global or using global resources. Indeed, most clients and companies outsourcing their software development I speak to these days are grappling with cultural differences. Some discussions degenerate into a blame game of dissatisfaction with their offshore programmers. However, there are usually two sides to the story...

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International Press / 2007

The World's Not So Flat After All
The sameness of business around the planet is often overstated...
October 1, 2007, Ziff Davis, CIO Insight
The world is still round, says Pankaj Ghemawat. Globalization is a real and powerful force, but the sameness of business around the planet is often overstated, argues Ghemawat, a professor of global strategy at IESE Business School in Barcelona and professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. His new book, Redefining Global Strategy: Crossing Borders in a World Where Differences Still Matter (Harvard Business School Press, September 2007), measures the differences and similarities between countries, and considers ways businesses can profit by acting on both. In this excerpt, Ghemawat lays out his thesis and its impact on Google...

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International Press / 2007

Borders and Bridges
Semi-globalism is the big idea B-Schools must work on OutlookIndia.com
September 17, 2007, by Pankaj Ghemawat
Business schools have, in recent years, made a significant commitment to globalising themselves. But there is a general sense that the rhetoric of globalisation has outpaced reality. For instance, when I recently addressed a gathering of over 150 deans and directors-general of B-schools, less than 5 per cent of them thought B-schools were doing an adequate job in this regard...

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International Press / 2007

Small, but Beautiful
"Klein, maar fijn", Trends Magazine, Belgium
September 13, 2007, by Erik Bruyland
Trends, a key business magazine from Belgium, carries an interview with Prof. Pankaj Ghemawat on globalization which extensively features his ideas and research on the subject. He stresses that much of what people tend to call globalisation is nothing of the sort and that there is a need for a focus on smaller scale initiatives, since very few large scale globalisation strategies actually work. The publication of his forthcoming book Redefining Global Strategy is also mentioned.

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International Press / 2007

Corporations Need a Global Mindset to Succeed in Today's Multipolar Business World
The Wall Street Journal
June 18, 2007, by Catherine Bolgar
"[High-performance businesses] shrink the distance between themselves and their markets by gathering insight into individual consumers and tailoring the customer experience - no one-size-fits-all. Part of the secret is recognizing that differences do matter, but they matter to different degrees, says Pankaj Ghemawat, professor of general management at the IESE Business School at the University of Navarra in Barcelona and author of the upcoming book Redefining Global Strategy: Crossing Borders in a World Where Differences Still Matter. Differences vary by industry. But although experts have devised laundry lists of which differences matter more, Prof. Ghemawat says it's more important for companies to develop their own global mindsets and skills for adapting not only to differences between markets but also to change. These global mindsets and skills also help companies to reinvent their three core capitals ahead of the curve-the kind of critical change needed for achieving high performance in a multipolar world..."

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International Press / 2007

Harvard Business Online Podcast: Redefining Global Strategy
By Harvard Business Online's Steve Singer & Pankaj Ghemawat
Learn facts on why the world isn't so flat afterall and what companies can do about it. Harvard Business Online's Steve Singer talks with Pankaj Ghemawat, author of the upcoming book Redefining Global Strategy: Crossing Borders in a World Where Differences Still Matter.

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