For the third year in a row, a majority of Americans name China as the leading economic power in the world today, with the United States coming in second. Americans overwhelmingly viewed the U.S. as the leading economic power in 2000.
Fascinating, right? Most of us view China as the top economy. How does it and should it impact our practices at home? How we develop our leaders? My experience visitng China and speaking with friends there tells us that the cultural differences in how professional work is fundamentally different.
Gallup tells us that barring some catastrophic collapse the landscape looks like China’s on top for the foreseeable future? How can we better prepare our emerging leaders for this reality?
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