In a two-speed world—one speed for slow-growing, mature markets and another for rapidly developing economies—the corporate center must step up to a new role. How can companies find the right balance between autonomy and entrepreneurial drive at the local level and global platforms that drive cost and scale advantages?
Content: Article | Authors: David Michael, Fabrice Roghé, Sandra Deutschländer, Sebastian Kempf | Source: Boston Consulting Group (BCG) | Subjects: International, Management, Organizational Behavior
China is on the CEO’s agenda of virtually every global company, with a powerful concern – Intellectual Property (IP) – increasingly capturing top attention. Large sums of money and future strategic positions are at stake amidst a jungle of IP issues in China. Leading companies pursue three key IP objectives in China: defending and monetizing IP rights, influencing and monitoring the development of key standards, … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: David Michael, Kevin Rivette | Source: Boston Consulting Group (BCG) | Subject: International – China
How CEOs must build intellectual property strategies.
Content: Article | Authors: David Michael, Kevin Rivette | Source: Chief Executive | Subjects: International – China, Legal