Date Added: Aug 2010
Some organizations are working harder than others to adapt to the global playing field. A new Institute for Corporate Productivity(i4cp) study, commissioned by American Management Association, found that - among companies with 1,000 or more employees and some degree of multinational presence - only about half have implemented one or more global leadership development programs. As expected, the author found that organizations with global leadership programs are more likely to report higher market performance. That's not a big surprise, since globally expanding organizations are more likely to require such programs in the first place.