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The New World Disorder
Nicolas Checa, John Maguire, and Jonathan Barney
 
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Leadership in a Changed World
In this special issue of HBR, we focus on how to meet the challenges companies face in a global business environment that has changed radically in the past few years.
Features
arrow Microcapitalism and the Megacorporation
Debra Dunn and Keith Yamashita
arrow Abraham Lincoln and the Global Economy
Robert D. Hormats
arrow The New World Disorder
Nicolas Checa, John Maguire, and Jonathan Barney
arrow Helicoptering Up
Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Charles Handy
Departments
From the Editor
Mending Walls?
Thomas A. Stewart
Forethought
Making the World Safe for Markets
Emerging Threat: Human Rights Claims
Bottom-Up Economics
The Return of the Global Brand
HBR Case Study
Trouble in Paradise
Katherine Xin and Vladimir Pucik
Perspectives
In Search of Global Leaders
Stephen Green, Fred Hassan, Jeffrey Immelt, Michael Marks, and Daniel Meiland
Best of HBR
What Is a Global Manager?
Christopher A. Bartlett and Sumantra Ghoshal
The End of Corporate Imperialism
C.K. Prahalad and Kenneth Lieberthal
Thriving Locally in the Global Economy
Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Turn Public Problems to Private Account
Rodman C. Rockefeller
Also in this Issue
Executive Summaries
In Closing
Reprints and Subscriptions
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