I define globalization as sourcing capital from where it is cheapest, sourcing talent from where it is best available, producing where it is most cost effective and selling where the markets are without being constrained by national boundaries.
—N. R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman,Infosys Technologies1
There are no German or American companies.
There are only successful or unsuccessful companies.
—Thomas Middlehoff, Chairman (1998–2002),Bertelsmann AG2
Individuals differ in how they sense and interpret the world around them. So do organizations. And these differences matter. They matter because it is how we perceive our environment as well as ourselves that determines which of the multitude of opportunities and problems ...