- "The transition from national and regional economies to global economies: 'globalisation' is the increasing interdependence of countries world-wide through the increased volume of cross-border transactions in goods and services. Through the widespread diffusion of technology, globalisation does not only refer to an economic phenomenon but it also implies a process of increased connectivity among people around the globe". (INSME)
"Globalisation ... the interconnectedness of capital, production, ideas and cultures at an increasing pace". (Paul Kennedy)
“Globalisation is neither new nor a folly, but a global movement of ideas, people, technology and goods from one region to others”. (Amartya Sen)
"Economic 'globalization' is a historical process, the result of human innovation and technological progress. It refers to the increasing integration of economies around the world, particularly through trade and financial flows. The term sometimes also refers to the movement of people (labour) and knowledge (technology) across international borders". (International Monetray Fund)
- Good Practice
- Learning from other organisations that have developed successful projects or approaches to problems.
- Governance consists in the intent to monitor, control, regulate, plan, and guide the business. It also refers to the decision-making processes in the administration of an organization.