Globalization has been in the news a great deal since the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Candidates like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders railed against the destructive side effects of globalization with wide-ranging multilateral trade deals like NAFTA and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) being much derided.
Indeed, Credit Suisse issued a press release earlier this year titled “Getting Over Globalization” in which it predicts a more “multipolar” world order may be emerging. While it’s possible that globalization has passed its peak, at least temporarily, that’s not to say that a global outlook has entirely lost its importance. Companies large to small continue to do much of their business overseas and need globally focused employees to help them stay engaged.
Many observers believe Generation Z is the right fit to fill this need.
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Then and Now: the Evolution to Inclusion
There has been an evolution taking place in America over the past several years. Like any evolution it was fueled, initially, by a few passionate voices – ours included. It has occurred in fits and starts and has sometimes lain dormant for a time as other priorities emerged and distracted organizations from a focus that might have yielded significant positive business results.
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We are now at a place where we can't not face these sensitivities and have real conversations about why this is in place, what it is going to benefit, and then have hard metrics. Not 'How many I've hired,' but 'What is the value proposition? What is the return on investment?'Clarence Nunn, President and CEO, GE Capital Fleet Services
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