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By Carter McNamara on January 2, 2012 74 1 2

Guest post from Jack Hoban.
What are Values?

According to the dictionary, values are "things that have an intrinsic worth in usefulness or importance to the possessor,” or "principles, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable.” However, it is important to note that, although we may tend to think of a value as somet ... Read more »
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By Mark Rhodes on September 12, 2011 7 6 0

Recent attention to the Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission remind us of their key finding: A failure to "connect the dots” and imagine what was being planned by the terrorist community was an important contributing factor to the September 11 attacks. The Commission concluded that "the most important failure was one of imagination.” While the [...]
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China's Advantage in Emerging Markets

The article in this week's reading on "Strategies that Fit Emerging Markets" is clearly written for an American or 'Western' audience. The term 'institutional void' to describe the weak or nonexistent institutional resources and processes in some emerging markets is obviously in relation to the more robust institutions in the U.S. and Europe. It seems that some of the largest hurdles in developing strategies for entering emerging markets (namely most areas of the world outside of the U.S. and Europe) are the required adjustments to 'institutional voids' and differences across political and social systems, levels of openness, product markets, labor markets and capital markets. ... Read more »
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Consultant — What’s Your Natural Approach to Problem Solving?
By Carter McNamara on November 16, 2011
As a consultant, you work with clients to solve problems. Or, perhaps your philosophy is to help them address "priorities,” rather than "problems.” In any case, it’s extremely important to understand your own approach and how it affects others, especially your clients when working with them.
Different people have quite different preferences and approaches for solving problems and making decisions. Those differences can often cause conflict between people unless they each understand their own particular preferences.
The following preferences represent probably the most common preferences. It is important for you to note that any preference is not necessaril ... Read more »
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Interest rate cuts in developing countries continue. As inflationary pressures abate and the global economy slows down, interest rate cuts among developing countries have continued, unlike in large high-income countries where the policy space for interest rate cuts remains limited. In recent months some of the larger developing countries (Brazil, China, the Philippines, South Africa and Vietnam) have cut nominal policy rates, although real interest rates may be higher due to sharper declines in inflation. In contrast, policy tightening has occurred in developing countries where domestic factors (rapid credit growth, poor harvests, currency depreciation) are putting pressure on prices: Peru and Uruguay increased reserve ratios and Malawi increased its policy rate. Nonetheless, most developing countries continue to keep their interest rates on hold at relatively low levels, in a bid to balance the need to keep a lid on inflation and stimulate domestic demand.
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Business and the way to Success

No business exists without obstacles. If it were easy, everyone would do it. If you speak to any successful entrepreneur, you'll find that they all have one thing in common. They are unstoppable. Give them an obstacle and they will go around it, dig under it or climb over it.
If you believe in something and you work hard enough, anything is possible.
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Business Culture that Inspires Your Consumers Often overlooked, business culture can be one of the most effective ways to increase a business’ bottom line. Exciting, inviting, cultures make consumers feel part of a group and inspire them to share with their friends.
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