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Economic challenges of globalisation

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XX ECONOMIC FORUM

new challenge which we have al- ready learned to live with, is the presence of international corpo- rations. They appear in dierent coun- tries with sometimes very dierent cul- tures, traditions and habits and, at times also legislative systems.This process also leads to the migration of managerial sta. Hence a question appears whether one person – a European manager – is able to manage, regardless of whether we are talking about marketing, sales or nance. New circumstances mean new expectations. What kind of personality and qualications are required from Eu- ropean managerial sta? The question whether a European manager already exists or whether it is a personality of the future, was asked by, among others, Hans-Georg Lilge, MBA Program Director at the Institute for Conict Management at the European University Viadrina; Krzysztof Ja- rosiński, President of the Board at ZAK S.A.; Carlos Saraiva, Operational Director and Board Member at Jeronimo Martins Dystrybucja S.A.; Stefanie Setz, Head of the HR Department at Ericsson Eurolab, Albrecht Söllner, Professor at the Institute for Con- ict Management at the European University Viadrina in Germany, and Reinhold Wege, HR Director at the Nielsen Company. A Paul Jorion, Professor of Economy and Antropolog , France

Debate: Successful Conict Management in the EU Lars Kirchho, Directo , Institute for Conict Management, European University Viadrina, Germany; Antje Herr- berg, Directo , European Forum for International Mediation and Dialogue, Finland; Hannah Tümpel, Manager of the Dispute Resolution Services, International Chamber of Commerce–World Chambers Federation, France; Günter Verheugen, Honorary Professo , Institute for Conict Management, European University Viadrina, Germany

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