Bonsu, S., & Twum-Danso, E. (2018). Leadership style in the global economy: A focus on cross-cultural and transformational leadership. Journal of Marketing & Management, 9(2), 37. Business failures resulting from incompetent leadership is not uncommon. The authors offered the cross-cultural transformational leadership style as the leadership style for the future.
Farrell, H., & Newman, A. L. (2020). Choke points: countries are turning economic infrastructure into political weapons, and that poses a major risk to business. Harvard Business Review, 1, 124. A business’ infrastructure to conduct global business may contain choke points which are leveraged by governments for their own advantage. The study used the strained relationship between Huawei and the U.S. government as an example.
Water Ruiters, C., & Matji, M. P. (2016). Public-private partnership conceptual framework and models for the funding and financing of water services infrastructure in municipalities from selected provinces in South Africa. Water S.A., 2, 291. It is important for a country to have sound infrastructures which include IT, water, power, etc. to ensure good living conditions for its citizens. This paper looked at the use of the public-private partnership (PPP) framework in South Africa for supporting and investing in their water services infrastructure.
Tonn, G., Reilly, A., Czajkowski, J., Ghaedi, H., & Kunreuther, H. (2021). U.S. transportation infrastructure resilience: Influences of insurance, incentives, and public assistance. Transport Policy, 100, 108–119. The U.S. is very much dependent upon its transportation infrastructure. This study identified opportunities to improve the resilience of the support system.