Best Global Enterprises
Networking skills help businesses expand their business footprint and quite possibly open up a new market that was previously unavailable. A global enterprise doesn’t get to that point without making strategic partnerships and alliances with other companies. It’s a customary part of doing business. Companies will do for you, but you must do for them, too. Making and sustaining friendships improve the health of all the companies involved, and the best global enterprises realize how important it is to have friends in a multitude of places.
Once the long term perspective is set and goals have been established, the top global enterprises have the vision to push the business to meet these goals. This may come in the form of improvements in product quality, efficiency, or service, but the end result is doing the things necessary to reach the goals that were set. Visionary skills keep long term goals in mind, and also have a strategy in place to reach those goals.
Business with Purpose
A global enterprise has grown a great deal to get to the point where it can be called “global.” Over the course of that time, the executives in charge of the company have had the drive, the vision, and the long term planning ability to make certain moves come to fruition. Long term perspective combined with realistic intermediary goals are how far reaching companies manage to accomplish everything they strive for.
A diverse workplace brings many different views and ideals to the table. An understanding of different cultures and the varied backgrounds of the employees is necessary for companies operating in different countries. Cultural sensitivity is what determines that a company with proven success in one region can expand triumphantly beyond its original boundaries.
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It takes a visionary to transform a company from its roots into an international organization. The top global enterprises have demonstrated far-sighted creativity, organization, and superior networking skills to push them into the global business arena.
Any employee from the CEO on down to a part-time worker can nominate an organization. Our research partner will contact nominated organizations and ask them to participate in a survey.
To participate, your organization — public, private, government or nonprofit — must send in your nominations ASAP. All nominated companies will be published in our annual magazine: USGEA Top Businesses Edition which will be published in our glittering annual ECON 2011 convention to be held in the prestigious Wilshire Grand Hotel.