- Bosses seek to hire ‘critical thinkers,’ but what does that mean they want? wsj.com/articles/bosse…. Thank you @hampshirecolg ! 2 years ago
- RT @MichelFeaster: A CEO’s job is to provide context. Shared my philosophy about building teams & culture w/ @nytcorneroffice https://t.co/… 2 years ago
- .@rodrikdani nails it again The G20’s Misguided Globalism livemint.com/Opinion/bYGlTw… Note "global commons," intra-country inequality. 2 years ago
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Author Archives: cindyecarpenter
Writing in Forbes, veteran Forrester analyst Stephanie Moore recently wrote that “every offshore development team requires an onsite component, [and] that [the] onsite component could be provided by American citizens — who naturally have more contextual business understanding, thus satisfying … Continue reading
Boston is getting back to business today, two days after a transformer fire that knocked out power to most of the Back Bay, affecting hundreds of homes, businesses, hotels, schools and colleges. Two days! That’s a lot of lost business. … Continue reading
I’ve seen many presentations about working in a global business that start with the same kinds of information you find in a travel guide: languages, currency, holidays, maps. These are very important details for anyone working with people in another … Continue reading
The memorial service for Jalal Alamgir, my friend and business co-founder and partner, will be held on Wednesday, March 7, from 2 – 4 p.m. at UMass Boston. If you are planning to attend, UMass has asked that people RSVP … Continue reading
In a recent discussion about global IT services, one of my clients mentioned that we are essentially living in a post-visa world when it comes to India-US business. (Thank you, you know who you are!) There’s always been some uncertainty … Continue reading
I read this article because of the amazing story of Sean Maloney’s stroke and recovery process (my sister had a similar stroke in February, 2010, and writes about it here). Buried near the end of the article is this little … Continue reading
I keep mulling over the PR mistakes that the BP execs made in handling the Gulf oil spill (yeah, I know – if you’re looking for fast-breaking news, you are at the wrong blog!). I’m not the only one still … Continue reading
This is one of those weeks when it seems as though every news source is mentioning the growth of emerging markets: The pharmaceuticals industry is tracking five big deals in emerging markets… Universities in Asian emerging markets are recruiting US … Continue reading
Just after I wrote about a nationalistic tone in Obama’s speech where he encouraged selling into international markets, he signs into law dramatically higher fees on H1B visas that seem to be targeted directly at Indian IT/BPO services companies. The … Continue reading