Management in a global context shouldn't necessarily mean "globalization". Indeed, globalization is the climax of economic liberalism. A brief and rarely achieved judicial approach to this question leads to emphasize two core aspects. The first states that a spirit of economic loyalty should be created rather than uniform rules, which are difficult to implement in each country. An international economic jurisdiction, still non-existent today, would then punish abuses. The second wants to develop a culture of uncertainty. Today, managers must feel concern for third party security and, in this respect, must ensure risks that they can't entirely foresee. Therefore, it deals with the implementation of a faultless responsibility.
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