A new online issue of Yale Insights considers how globalization has accelerated and transformed in the last decade—and how companies and leaders need to adapt.
Yale’s David Bach explains how to gain an edge by effectively navigating the complicated global landscape of differences in cultural, political, and regulatory norms.
McKinsey’s Dominic Barton describes how firms can develop the agility for a faster-paced, more connected future.
Honeywell CEO David Cote talks about when to invest resources in developing economies.
Gillian Tett on why silos are detrimental to global organizations and how to get out of them.
Photographer Richard Mosse uses an unusual combination of technologies to tell the story of the conflict in eastern Congo.
Frequent conflict, violence, and displacement mean that the people of eastern Congo, a resource-rich region in the center of Africa, live on an average of $200 a year.
Photographer Richard Mosse meets Ntabo Ntaberizi Sheka, the notoriously violent leader of the Nduma Defense of Congo.
Rajeev Dubey ’82, president of human resources at Mahindra & Mahindra, on developing leaders with the mindset to think globally and creatively, while fostering great teamwork.
Two decades ago, with the aim of diversifying its economy, Korea set its sights on supplying pop culture to the world.
Arthur Mizne ’95 on the effective financial infrastructure that could let Brazil move past its current storms.
Deepak Jeevan Kumar ’10 of General Catalyst Partners, who invests in cybersecurity ventures, on the evolution of cybercrime and how to combat it.
How one Russian entrepreneur built a business through the turmoil of the transition out of communism.
In his new book, Yale SOM’s Jeffrey Garten examines nearly a thousand years of globalization through the lens of 10 individuals who accelerated and shaped the process.