How "global managers" became obsolete

08/8/2011 | Harvard Business School

There's no longer any need for specialist "global managers," says Harvard professor Christopher A. Bartlett. The Internet, cheap travel and increased immigration have turned every manager into a global manager, and obviated the need for specially trained international executives. "Today, I would argue that you don't put that qualifying adjective in front of manager -- we all simply operate in a global environment," Bartlett says.

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