Every year, billions of dollars in form of aid and loans are invested in the less developed parts of the world to improve their economic condition and living standards and reduce poverty.
Yet, the gap between the rich and the poor of the world is growing at an alarming rate, and it seems like such investments become less effective year.
At CEDEMAS, a UK based not for profit think tank, we believe that only a new management mindset could interrupt this cycle of failures.
We consider a manager's level of social and cultural awareness and responsiveness might be linked to many management successes and failures in the globalised world.
We research to understand how cultural and socioeconomic variables may affect how well managers and leaders function, creating programmes for trainers and educational institutions.
In our endeavour, we openly share our research and findings with anyone interested in developing a more efficient management training programme.