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Globalization in transition

Global value chains are being reshaped by rising demand and new industry capabilities in the developing world as well as a wave of new technologies. In "Globalization in transition: The future of trade and value chains", the Global Institute analyzes the dynamics of global value chains and finds structural shifts that have been hiding in plain sight.
Bloomberg: Lund says companies will respond to changes in trade policy South China Morning Post: The world of trade has moved on and Trump’s tariffs are targeting yesterday’s challenges, not today’s Financial Times: Don’t count on Congress to restrain Donald Trump on US trade
The business value of design

Business value of design

How do companies deliver exceptional designs, launch after launch? What is design worth? To answer these questions, we have conducted extensive research to study the design actions that leaders can make to unlock business value. For the October 2018 report “The business value of design,” we tracked the design practices of 300 publicly listed companies over a five years, collected more than two million pieces of financial data, and recorded more than 100,000 design actions.
Wall Street Journal: Consulting Firm & Co. Takes On Design Strategy Forbes: Ignore Design At Your Company’s Peril CNN: Good design is good for business, new study finds
The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in Asia Pacific

Gender diversity

For many years now has been conducting research on the gender gap and the case for greater diversity in the workplace. “Women in the workplace 2018”, research conducted by LeanIn.Org and found that progress on gender diversity in corporate America has hardly changed, it has stalled. Companies need to take more decisive action. In addition,’s research “Delivering through diversity”, reinforces the link between diversity and company financial performance—and suggests how organizations can craft better inclusion strategies for a competitive edge.
Wall Street Journal: Sheryl Sandberg: Progress for Women Isn’t Just Slow—It’s Stalled CNBC: Lean In survey of 64,000 employees finds US companies have ‘made almost no progress’ in advancing women Yahoo Finance: How lion pride dynamics provide insight into the main issues women face at work Bloomberg: How Diversity Brings Positive Change to Business Results


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