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Globalization / International Business

What the Current Presidential Election Reveals about the United States, with Richard Wolffe

A skilled storyteller with decades of experience in Washington D.C.’s inner circles, Richard Wolffe imparts informative insights on politics and economics, including both domestic and foreign affairs. His books on the Obama campaign and White house have shed light on Obama’s legacy, recording exclusive information on the behind-the-scenes events of his campaign and administration. Wolffe… more -->



Rebuilding Democracy and Capitalism, with Dr. Philip Kotler

Dubbed “The Marketing Guru” and “The Most Influential Marketer of All Time," Dr. Philip Kotler has secured standing as one of the great business thinkers of the past century. While academic communities, governments, and organizations around the world seek his insights and expertise on marketing, Dr. Kotler's most recent work focuses on how trends and… more -->



How Companies Achieve Business Success, with Jason Jennings

Jason Jennings is one of the most successful and prolific business and leadership authors in the world. He has spent twenty years founding and leading successful businesses and teaching other companies how to achieve their full economic potential. I am driven to help others achieve what they want to achieve. It is my life’s work!… more -->



Globalization, Migration and the World Economy with Ian Goldin

A world expert in economics, finance and global affairs as well as innovation and social issues, Ian Goldin is currently Director of the Oxford Martin School at Oxford University, as well as being a Professorial Fellow at Oxford's Balliol College. He has published numerous articles and thirteen books, including Globalization for Development ("essential reading" –… more -->



A Better World Is Here

For centuries, optimists and pessimists have argued over the state of the world. Pessimists see a world where more people means less food, where rising demand for resources means depletion and war, and, in recent decades, where boosting production capacity means more pollution and global warming. One of the current generation of pessimists’ sacred texts,… more -->



The Free-Trade Charade

NEW YORK – Though nothing has come of the World Trade Organization’s Doha Development Round of global trade negotiations since they were launched almost a dozen years ago, another round of talks is in the works. But this time the negotiations will not be held on a global, multilateral basis; rather, two huge regional agreements… more -->



Advanced Malaise

NEW YORK – Economics is often called the dismal science, and for the last half-decade it has come by its reputation honestly in the advanced economies. Unfortunately, the year ahead will bring little relief. Real (inflation-adjusted) per capita GDP in France, Greece, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States is lower today than… more -->



The World in 2050

The Grameen Bank, a microfinance lender and community development bank started in Bangladesh, works to eradicate poverty worldwide. But what other goals would Nobel Prize-winning founder Muhammad Yunus like to see achieved by 2050? In "Creating a World Without Poverty," Professor Yunus describes what he sees as the ultimate goals of globalization. Let me give… more -->




Speakers / Writers

  • Called the “apostle of appreciation" (Globe and Mail), Chester Elton is sought after by conference organizers across the globe for his insights into employee motivation, management and increasing productivity ... more -->

  • As faculty chair of the Leadership Initiative at Harvard Business School, Linda Hill, the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration, has chaired numerous HBS Executive Education programs. While doing res ... more -->
  • Ross Dawson is a futurist and entrepreneur in worldwide demand for his uncanny skill at predicting developments and trends. He is best known for his book “Living Networks” which forecasted the rise of social netwo ... more -->

  • Throughout her entire career, Tyra Banks has broken barriers and smashed glass ceilings. Despite hearing the words “You can’t” time and time again, she became an iconic model, television star, and accomplished ... more -->

  • One of the most creative geniuses of the 21st century, Elon Musk has proven time and time again that the impossible can be achieved. The CEO and architect of Tesla motors, Elon is a pioneer in transportation, renewabl ... more -->

  • With over eight weeks in space, forty-seven hours on spacewalks and 23,000,000 miles in orbit, astronaut Dr. Scott Parazynski brings an inspirational story and the knowledge he has gained about leadership and team-bui ... more -->

  • Kim B.Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, in 2011 Clayton Christensen was chosen in a poll of thousands of executives, consultants and business school professors as the most influent ... more -->

  • Teresa Allen's approach to communicating with your customers and increasing sales is summed up in the name of her book and her most popular keynote Common Sense Service!

    An internationally recognized cus ... more -->

  • Libby Gill demonstrates how to achieve peak performance through personal development to an impressive roster of blue-chip clients. She is also a passionate speaker on women's issues and brings her expertise in leaders ... more -->

  • The chief political analyst at CNN, Gloria Borger graduated from Colgate University, Hamilton New York (where she has been a trustee). She began her career in politics at the Washington Star, covering politics ... more -->

  • An empirical futurist and corporate forecaster for 35-plus years, Thornton May has helped various organizations outperform their competition by designing for what comes next. He serves as Executive Director and Dean at t ... more -->





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