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International Press / 2010

Nigeria: Lagos Business School Conference - Sanusi Predicts Bright Economy
All Africa
December 7, 2010

Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has projected a bright economic outlook for the country next year, with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of between 7.0 to 8.0 per cent.

He made this projection in a paper: "Nigeria's Economic Realities and Outlook for 2011", presented at the economic session of the 2010 Lagos Business School Alumni conference, represented by Charles Nwadi. held recently at the institution's campus, Ajah, Lagos.

The LBS conference for this year had three Guest Speakers of international repute: Nigeria's CBN Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi; a renowned global strategist, Prof. Pankaj Ghemawat, of IESE Business School Barcelona; and the Global CEO, Roland Berger Strategy Consultant, Dr. Martin C. Wittig.

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International Press / 2010

Ratan Tata to address global meet al IIMA
December 2, 2010

For its golden jubilee celebrations later this month, the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad (IIMA) will organise international conferences and seminars which will see participation by eminent personalities, in person or through video-conferencing.

Dean (alumni and external relationships) at IIMA Prof Atanu Ghosh told DNA that Tata Sons chairman Ratan Tata would deliver the keynote speech at the first of these conferences — the International Conference on Strategic Management Forum. This conference will be held from December 15 to December 17. Global strategist Prof Pankaj Ghemawat and Nobel laureate and founder of Grameen Bank, Muhammad Yunus, will also participate through video-conference, Ghosh said.

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International Press / 2010

Les nouveaux gourous du management
November 30, 2010

Laurence Estival
Les grandes théories managériales ont vécu. Une multitude de concepts innovants revisitent l'organisation et la stratégie de l'entreprise : créativité collective, résilience, responsabilité sociale... Enquête sur les chefs de file influents du moment.

Pankaj Ghemawat. Le stratège de l'entreprise. Il devient, en 1991, le plus jeune professeur recruté à Harvard, avant de mettre le cap sur l'IESE de Barcelone, où il enseigne la stratégie. Sa "semi-globalisation" met en garde les entreprises contre une vision simpliste de la mondialisation, rappelant que celle-ci est en réalité partielle, les cultures nationales jouant encore un rôle central.

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International Press / 2010

The Nano Mantras. Indian business gurus come of age globally

Outlook India

September 27, 2010  

There are some who insist it’s a natural corollary of India’s rapid rise on the world stage. Others point to the economically hit global powerhouses seeking new thoughts from lands far away. Either way, there’s no denying the phenomenal rise of thinkers of Indian origin in management globally. While all of them doff their hat to the motherland, these new gurus signal an Indian “school of management” that global audiences are fast seeking to tap into.

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International Press / 2010

September 5, 2010

Iriyama, A., Li, Y., & Madhavan, R. 2010. Spiky globalization of venture capital investments: The influence of prior human networks. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 4(2): 128-145.

IESE商学院教授潘卡基·玛沃特(Pankaj Ghemawat)不认为世界是平的,指出国与国之间文化的、政治的、地理的鸿沟仍然存在,地缘经济的差异仍在很大程度上影响全球战略,目前及今后较长一段时间内仍然是半全球化时代。(参见《IT经理世界》201065总第293期《决半全球化时代》一文)



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International Press / 2010

Banking compliance a big IT opportunity
August 3, 2010

Pankaj Ghemawat is the Anselmo Rubiralta Professor of Global Strategy at the IESE Business School in Barcelona. He completed his PhD from the Harvard Business School at the age of 22 in 1991 and was appointed the youngest full professor in the history of the institution. In this interview, Ghemawat speaks to DNA. Excerpts:

How has Indian IT weathered the global financial crisis?

An environment like this always leaves some risk. So there are some risks facing the industry. But overall, what we are seeing — and this is evident in the financial results of companies, especially the majors, which have actually come out of the crisis relatively fast — at places like TCS are margin improvements as well as rapid growth.

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June 5, 2010


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International Press / 2010

Finance Can Help In Planning For Volatility
Financial Executives
June 1, 2010

William Mekrut
Whether a robust recovery or recessionary relapse, the decade ahead provides an opportunity for CFOs and finance organizations to bring much-needed rigor to the planning and forecasting process.

The future is far from certain. Economic predictions range from a robust recovery driven by emerging markets growth to a double-dip recession. Writing recently in the Harvard Business Review, professor Pankaj Ghemawat of the University of Navarra’s IESE Business School in Spain makes a convincing case that whatever the short-term outlook, the decade ahead is likely to be characterized by weak economic growth globally, overcapacity in many segments of the economy, persistently high un-employment, costlier capital and an expanded role for government. This, along with increased regulation, greater protectionism and higher taxes.

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International Press / 2010

A jewel in the crown – but with flaws
Financial Times
May 6, 2010

Business is not the first activity that springs to mind when most outsiders think of Catalonia.

This autonomous region of north-east Spain is better known abroad for its artists and sportsmen, living and dead: Antoni Gaudí in architecture; Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró in painting; Ferran Adrià, the chef who shocked the world’s gourmets with his January announcement of the El Bulli restaurant’s two-year closure from 2012; Juan Antonio Samaranch, the Olympics administrator who died last month; and footballing names such as Joan Laporta, Catalan nationalist and president of the Barcelona club.

Yet among Spanish regions, only the Basque country comes even close to Catalonia in terms of industrial heritage and the vitality of its small and medium-sized export companies.

All layers of business are represented. They include: the Catalan financial giant La Caixa and its listed Criteria holding company; the 3,300 multinationals – such as chemicals group BASF – that have a presence; family-owned groups such as Roca, the global bathroom brand; and a host of smaller local and foreign companies. Fashion, design and biotechnology have all developed from the traditional manufacturing base.

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International Press / 2010

New world order: Shifting markets in trade, investment and opportunity
International Trade Forum
April 1, 2010

In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, a new world order is emerging. It is a world of rapidly shifting markets characterized by changing patterns of trade, investment and opportunity. The developing world is increasingly becoming an important driver of the world's economy; South-South and intra-regional trade are growing rapidly; supply chains are changing; and opportunity exists in an environment where business flows in every direction.

In April 2010, Robert Zoellick, President of the World Bank Group, addressed the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars. 'If 1989 saw the end of the "Second World" with communism's demise,' he said, 'then 2009 saw the end of what was known as the "Third World".

'We are now in a new, fast-evolving multi-polar world economy - in which some developing countries are emerging as economic powers; others are moving towards becoming additional poles of growth; and some are struggling to attain their potential within this new system - where North and South, East and West are now points on a compass, not economic destinies,' Mr Zoellick said.

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International Press / 2010

Professors of Indian origin at Ivy League biz schools in great demand
The Economic Times
March 19, 2010

When we ask Tarun Khanna of Harvard Business School whether writing about India and China is a bit of a fad, the learned Professor's reply is immediate and scathing. "If it's a fad to write about China/India then it's a fad to write interviews about this as well I suppose." Touch? .Apologies duly made, Khanna graciously agreed to talk about his much awaited book Winning in Emerging Markets: A Roadmap for Strategy and Execution in which he and co-author Krishna Palepu have also discussed some Indian success stories like Bharti, TCS and ICICI. "We started writing on this subject much before the fad, some ten years ago," says Khanna. "Now , emerging markets are the global growth engines and of interest to everyone . I hope the frameworks help managers avoid common pitfalls."

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International Press / 2010

«Die Welt ist nicht flach»
January 15, 2010

Pankaj Ghemawat war der jüngste Professor der Harvard Business School, der «Economist» kürte ihn zum ¬jüngsten «Guru» unter den grössten Management-Denkern aller Zeiten. Seine Angst: Die Globalisierung ist in Gefahr.

BILANZ: Herr Ghemawat, gefährdet die Wirtschaftskrise die Globalisierung?
Pankaj Ghemawat: Ja, auf jeden Fall.

Wie messen Sie das?
Schon vor der Krise war die Welt weit weniger globalisiert als häufig dargestellt. Kaum mehr als 10 Prozent aller Produkte werden für den internationalen Markt hergestellt, 90 Prozent ¬aller Telefonanrufe, Internetkontakte und Investitionen sind ¬lokal. Grenzüberschreitende Ströme machen bei den meisten wirtschaftlichen Werten nur 10 bis 20 Prozent der Gesamtströme aus.

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