‘Globality’: Competing with Everyone from Everywhere for Everything November 25, 2008Posted by Jeff Fuchs in product development, supply chain.
Tags: Creativity & Innovation, outsourcing, supply chain
Tata Motors, Embraer and Good Baby make vastly different products, but they have one thing in common: They are among a new breed of emerging-market companies that are reshaping global business. In GLOBALITY: Competing with Everyone from Everywhere for Everything, the authors contend that the old model of globalization is evolving into a new phase in which “challengers” from rapidly developing economies such as Brazil, India, China and Russia are competing with incumbent Western giants and growing at a staggering 30% per year. In this video special report, a managing director at The Boston Consulting Group discusses the factors that are contributing to this shift and what it means for companies hoping to compete in the 21st century.
See the video here.