When, in 1872, Phileas Fogg set out to travel the world in 80 days he was described as perfectionist, calculating, methodical and idealistic. Were these the characteristics that got his enterprise around the world? Or was it his well-travelled, fixer valet passepartout who, as his name would lead us believe, got him through everywhere he had to go?
Much of the same questions were on the table in this year’s edition of Mundura Begira: What is it companies need for their international ventures to be a success? Well planned policies and methodical execution of these policies or the flexibility to adapt to each situation and its specific circumstances? Continuar leyendo