Globalization is a worldwide process in which individuals have more and more interactions with people in other countries through trade, investment, and culture. Because of globalization in the world of sports, many Americans follow European soccer teams like Manchester United, and many Europeans follow American basketball teams like the Los Angeles Lakers.
- Genvizion’s Global Citizens Create Connection through Collaboration
- Lessons in Globalization and International Trade
- Student Visionaries Imagine the Future of AdvertisingFrozen flip-flops, premium content and human truth -- mash them all together and what do you have? A colorful picture of the future of advertising. During a recent Wharton event, students talked to advertising and marketing execs about the messages they create and the consumers they hope to reach.
- Inside Innovation: Tackling the World's Most Pressing ProblemsIn a KWHS article on innovation, Jamie Lee Solimano, a finalist in the 2013 Intel Science Talent Search for high school students, defined innovation like this: “To shift society or have an impact, you have to introduce something novel.” While invention is indeed one aspect of innovation, it is also so much more. In this first part of a four-part audio podcast for educators on innovation and the art of problem-solving, Saikat Chaudhuri, executive director of the Mack Institute of Innovation Management at the Wharton School; and Rob Shelton, global innovation strategy lead at PwC, discuss innovation basics and how it is related to critical thinking and problem-solving.
- A Conversation on Trade and Manufacturing