Long S. Le Last night I gave a brief talk to Santa Clara University’s Leavey Global Fellow Students, as they are preparing to learn, immerse, and intern abroad this summer in Ghana, the Gambia, Bolivia, India, China, and Indonesia. Part of my focus was to share with students my experience in managing faculty-led study abroad … Continue reading Thinking About How Student Learning Abroad Could Be Better: Top Five Study Abroad Blog Articles
Long S. Le Global strategy professors, such as Pankaj Ghemawat, have noted that, despite advertising that they are globalized, many business schools fall short in teaching globalization – struggling to internationalize their curriculums in order to prepare students for a globalized environment. According to Dean Bob Bruner of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of … Continue reading The Challenges of Teaching Globalization in B-Schools: How to be Open-Minded
Long S. Le Today’s corporate officers in charge of learning management have been seeking a new, specialized set of skills that will enable their managers to integrate multiple geographies, cultures, nationalities, ages and styles in enterprises around the world. Indeed, business leaders with such a potent combination of geographic, political, economic, governmental, legal, cultural, technological … Continue reading Developing Skills for the Global Environment of Business
Long S. Le According to the World Savvy’s Global Competency Poll among 502 high school graduates (18-24 years old), young adults are overwhelmingly interested in having, and recognizing the need to develop professional skills for, global literacy in their lives today. At the same time, however, the competency survey reveals that global issues were not … Continue reading What Does Being Global Really Mean?