In the past three years, several firms have been rethinking and redesigning their global strategies. Covid-19 has highlighted both interconnectedness (the virus went global in a few weeks) and deglobalization (the difficulties in international cooperation and the re-emergence of nationalisms in the provision of vaccines, medical supplies, protective masks, etc).
The pandemic and the Ukrainian war have also highlighted the interdependence of global production and supply chains, as well as the risks and fragilities that they are exposed to, forcing multinationals to revise their localization and procurement strategies to gain resilience in the current uncertain environment.
In this session, Professor Monteiro (who had received seven times the INSEAD Deans’ Commendation for Excellence in MBA Teaching) will present some of the highlights of his latest book Global Strategic Management, which was launched at the end of 2022.
Venue: Casa Club (C/ Pinar, 17)