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Public Sector Companies and Cultural Intelligence
Anand.M, Teacher, India, Member
It seems cultural intelligence (CQ) is going to play a crucial role in tomorrow’s global business. I’m specialized in management of Public Sector Companies (PSCs). Without the knowledge of CQ, many PSCs won’t survive in the globalized market. These organizations have their own limitations. Since a majority share is owned by the state, these companies are marred (Ed: ~harmed) by obstructions by government policies and political pressures. PSCs must have their own autonomy to enter and perform in global markets.
 

 
Public Sector Companies and Cultural Intelligence
Wulf-Dieter Krueger, Teacher, Thailand, Member
I believe that public sector companies/institutions all around the world have the same problem. Red tape being used to keep the appearance of exclusivity. This then become blinkers preventing CQ and missing out on opportunities. This has also to do with the fact that the public sector in general does not necessarily attract people with a flexible mind.
 

 
PSCs must Adapt
Daniel Newton Obaka
You are right to observe that CQ is going to play crucial roles in tomorrow's global business. The rapid and continued information technology revolution impacts all aspects of human existence: politics, religion, economics, conflicts among nations, and social lives. PSCs must be ready to adapt and become useful to the public or die a natural and painful death.
 

     
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