Google Doodles: the innovative secret to a user experience that delights and engages across all demographics and cultures. How are they conceived and designed? And how do Doodlers ensure cross-cultural sensitivity?
Future business leaders must look beyond hard numbers and statistics to the power of creativity and community.
…culture, meaning people communicate based on inherent understanding. The US, on the other hand, is considered a low-context culture, relying largely on explicit verbal explanations to keep everyone on the…
Many people dream of the luxury cruise experience. What’s behind the delivery on that perfect vacation experience?
Springfield Confidential: What The Simpsons Can Teach Us about Business Longevity, Adaptability, and the Global Market
As the longest-running American sitcom in history, The Simpsons is a treasure trove of business knowledge, from marketing to team management.
Golden Week is slipping byーdon’t waste the chance to read some great books! Here are a few fantastic non-business reads from the Insights staff.
The Japanese government is about to ease visa restrictions, but is the country ready to make necessary changes to the workplace?
For nearly two decades, Helsinki, Finland, has been gaining traction as a center of innovative urban growth. GLOBIS faculty Cristian Vlad interviews Anne Stenros, chief design officer of the City of Helsinki.
Senior Consultant Kyoko Kokusho at IBM advises clients around the world on talent operations, organization architecture, and executive development. GLOBIS faculty Cristian Vlad recently interviewed her on how she creates value for clients, employees, shareholders, and society.
“We are all human beings”: the magic phrase meant to light the way to an imaginary world of no distinction among peoples. But this advice is more dangerous than it seems.