Archive for India SmartBlogs
The approach to time in the U.S. is usually described as sequential, which can be simply summarized: People arrive to meetings on time; they focus on the present; they plan for the future; they learn from the past through brief analysis. The emphasis is on continuously moving forward. This is typical to a monochronic approach to time.[…] Continue Reading »
SmartBrief is partnering with Big Think to create a weekly video spotlight in SmartBrief on Leadership called “VIP Corner: Video Insights Powered by Big Think.” This week, we’re featuring Anil Gupta, a global strategist.
India and China have almost unfathomably large labor markets, but unemployment is not in itself a major issue. Rather, it’s a lack of of “experienced managerial talent, and in certain specialties, certain professions like accounting in China, IT professionals in India, because essentially this kind of talent cannot be scaled up very readily,” says Anil Gupta, a business-school chair of global strategy and entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland.[…] Continue Reading »
Why small businesses aren’t hiring; how much the average corporate accountant made in 2010; and how China showed off its bridge-making abilities.
It’s all in this week’s top five most-clicked links in SmartBrief for CFOs:
- 5 ways to increase trust to encourage collaboration
- Recession never ended for U.S. small businesses
- $22 billion in riches found in Indian temple
- Corporate accountants posted pay increase in 2010
- China unveils 2 record-breaking bridges on the same day