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Marc Zornes, McKinsey & Co: Resource revolution

Cambridge Judge Business School's Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM) symposium on 'Securing Food and Water' attracted views from business leaders, academics, politicians, civil servants, diplomats and NGOs who shared their ideas on how to ensure that future generations…

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2012 video zornes resource revolution

Ian Wright, Diageo: Corporations and water stewardship

Cambridge Judge Business School's Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM) symposium on 'Securing Food and Water' attracted views from business leaders, academics, politicians, civil servants, diplomats and NGOs who shared their ideas on how to ensure that future generations…

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2012 video wright corporations water stewardship

Peter Madden, Forum for the Future: Feeding future cities

Cambridge Judge Business School's Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM) symposium on 'Securing Food and Water' attracted views from business leaders, academics, politicians, civil servants, diplomats and NGOs who shared their ideas on how to ensure that future generations…

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2012 video madden feeding future cities

An institutional context

Professor Peter Williamson addresses the gap between the need to adapt strategies and the practical difficulties of doing so in emerging markets Companies working in foreign markets can improve their chances of success by adapting their strategies to local differences…

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2012 podcast williamson institutional context

Reversing the economic decline of Pakistan

As Pakistan heads towards a change of government, Dr Kamal Munir predicts tough challenges ahead for the new rulers. As the country gears up for a general election an advisor to the Pakistan government warns of the tough challenges ahead…

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Kamal Munir.

Bill Browder: Russian corruption and losing $900 million

The collapse of the Russian economy saw Bill Browder lose 900 million dollars Bill Browder, a leading global shareholder rights-activist, lost 900 million dollars as the Russian economy collapsed. Exposing massive corruption, he fought off the oligarchs and then took…

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2012 podcast browder russia corruption

Chinese puzzle falls into place

Previous abject failure in the global merger and acquisitions market has prompted China to bounce back with a revised strategy China's revised global acquisition strategy will impact on many western and European companies and rapidly close the technology and quality…

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Professor peter williamson

Betting on emerging market infrastructure

New report reveals spending on infrastructure in emerging markets is likely to triple in the next 20 years to meet growing population levels and increased urbanisation Growing population levels and rising urbanisation will triple the spending on infrastructure in emerging…

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World with cable

Co-operative capitalism in Japan

Japan's recovery from the widespread death and destruction wrought by the earthquake and tsunami in March is defying predictions Japan is recovering remarkably quickly from the disaster in March 2011 following an earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands, destroyed towns…

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Dr george olcott

BRICS and beyond (CIBAM Global Business Symposium)

The CIBAM July 2011 Global Business Symposium on 'BRICS and Beyond' adventured into the unknown territory of which economies will be dominant when the pages of the future are turned to 2050! It also celebrated 15 years of collaboration with…

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Cibam 2011 global business symposium

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