The essence of thinking locally and acting globally is a willingness to learn from local experiences and leverage global resources and supply chains to grow and create value. How does this apply to global business schools?
Internationally experienced managers understand local nuances and apply international business principles to create products and services that are relevant and meaningful to customers. This is why there has been no let-up in the demand for international education. According to INSEAD Prof. Gabriel Hawawini, business schools need to think and act like global companies in order to instill a truly global mindset in the classroom.
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