RYERSON GLOBAL MANAGEMENT STUDENTSJanuary 31, 2012Ted Rogers School of ManagementToronto, CANADAJim de Wilde www.jimdewilde.net
http://www.hbs.edu/units/bgie/ http://actionlearning.mit.edu/g-lab/ http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/148/ how-ted-became-the-new-harvard.html BEST PRACTICES and DEMONSTRATION EFFECTS (ideas go viral)
Tamil-Somali management teams Understanding the global environment A collective knowledge of world politics The cultural DNA of diverse perspectives WINNIPEG in the early 20th century EUROPE, MALAYSIA, BRAZIL, CANADA today
Global knowledge of extractive industries (mining and oil and gas) The creative mix of global talent Quebec’s global strategies for business (Bombardier, SNC-Lavalin, Cirque).
IAMGOLD in SURINAME KHAN RESOURCES in Mongolia Canadian mining finance gives global knowledge .
Can you express a Tamil and Somali interpretation of world events, i.e. think globally? What ideas have gone viral globally (e.g. mobile banking, microfinance)? What are the geopolitics of Burmese democratization (why is it happening now)? How do SECOND WORLD businesses (PETRONAS, CEMEX) differ from Europeans MNCs?
Digital Arabia Iran and the geopolitics of CENTRAL ASIA and the INDIAN OCEAN - how the world economy is reshaped