Prof. N. Venkatraman on How â€œCompeting in the Global Economyâ€ Helps Firms Re-Think Operations
In this video, N. Venkat Venkatraman, the David J. McGrath, Jr. Professor in Management, and the 22nd most-cited management scholar across the globe, discusses the executive program “Competing in the Global Economy,” developed by the Institute for Global Work at Boston University.
He explains what makes the program unique, from its experiential nature to its timeliness to its goal of helping participants rethink the geography of work and the whole concept of globalization.
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