Donald Sull is an associate professor of management practice at London Business School. He's also a former McKinsey consultant and advisor to multinational firms and new ventures in several countries, including Sweden, Switzerland, Korea, Finland, and England.
Quote from the interview:
Every 10 years, U.S. managers come up with a boogieman that strikes terror into the hearts of all responsible managers. So now it's China; in the '90s it was the dot.com; in the '80s it was Japan, Inc; in the '70s it was OPEC ...
Read the whole interview here.
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