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This blog discusses the complexities of doing business in a globalized world.
Our goal is to help both individuals and organizations successfully navigate the new global reality which requires improved communication across borders, increased collaboration to foster innovation and stronger operations to drive global success.
Category Archives: Building a 21st Century Workforce
Exciting News! GlobalEnglish Launches RPM™, a Revolutionary New Approach to Business English Learning
You may have the best learning and productivity software in the world, but it won’t be effective if your employees don’t use it. At GlobalEnglish, we have spent years developing products to improve the Business English proficiency that global companies … Continue reading
Consider How Business English Can Act as a Catalyst to Help Your Company Become a “Winner in the Future of Work”
Last year, at the 2012 World Business Forum in New York, we had the pleasure of hosting a lunch with Lynda Gratton, Professor at the London Business School, international bestseller author and a global authority on building innovative organizations ready … Continue reading
Just Released: The Heightened Urgency for Business English in an Increasingly Global Workforce (2013 BEI Report)
A look at the 2013 Business English Index & Globalization of English Research Two recent groundbreaking studies—the 2013 Business English Index (BEI) and the Globalization of English (GOE) report—confirm the primacy of Business English as the de facto language of … Continue reading
A study finds that listening and pronunciation are key components of successfully working in English Does the struggle to communicate effectively in English affect all nationalities in the same way? A study reported by Canadian newspaper Metro recently explored the … Continue reading
More parents choosing to raise children who speak only English Big changes are happening in India, writes Saritha Rai for the New York Times—and nowhere more so than in her native Bangalore. India is a country literally teeming with languages: … Continue reading
And what you risk if you ignore the critical need for a single common language of business In June, we participated in the 2012 Economist Talent Management Summit in London, England. At the event, we co-sponsored an executive poll with … Continue reading