ExecuJet Aviation Group meeting the development demands in Africa

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By ExecuJet Aviation Group Operating in an environment in which Africa is still recovering from the global recession, ExecuJet have a crucial role to play...

African Lions in the Making

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By Nicolas Depetris Chauvin Growth without structural transformation has proved to be unsustainable. Africa needs to diversify their economies if they want to become authentic...

Winning the Talent War in Emerging Markets: Women are the Answer

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By Sylvia Ann Hewlett and Ripa Rashid As global companies try to harness the growth and possibilities of emerging markets, the extraordinary energy, ambition and...

Neoliberal Globalization, Masculinity and Gender Justice

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By Raewyn Connell A relatively new field of social research has documented the diversity of masculinities in the world. Globalization is not a separate issue...

Shaping Global Political Realities: The Workings of Transnational Elite Networks

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By Ian N. Richardson, Andrew P. Kakabadse & Nada K. Kakabadse Over the past two decades, there has been a dramatic change in the way...

Smart specialization for cities: A roadmap for city intelligence and excellence

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By Jan Sturesson, Hazem Galal and Laurent Probst “We need new perspectives of cities, their visions, knowledge, creativity and motivation in order to find new...

Transforming Government – Nine Critical Steps

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By Andrew Kakabadse The transformation of government can no longer rely on past century models of public administration. Effectively integrating structural alignment with the sensitivities...

Food Prices: Should Emerging Market Economies Be Concerned?

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By Nicolás Depetris Chauvin High food prices are here to stay. This should be a reason of great concern not only in less developed countries...

The Believers Are But A Single Brotherhood1: Political Islam In Post-Mubarak Egypt

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By Joseph Yackley The fall of Mubarak and the rise of political Islam illustrate the hidden power of social change. To understand how Egypt’s Islamists...

The New Scramble for Africa

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By Pádraig Carmody Something has certainly changed in the intervening years in Africa, and in its relations with the outside world, even if excessive pessimism...

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