Collaboration in the global economy

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Technical and political barriers to international collaboration are coming down, and it's often the best way to get new product and process solutions designed and delivered cost-effectively and quickly. But successful collaboration means bridging differences in corporate and national culture, as well as time-zone and planning techniques. Sanjiv Gossain of Cognizant Technology Solutions reports on ways to make it work.

Today's global economy means businesses, more often than not, will find themselves working over geographical boundaries with colleagues, partners, suppliers or customers. Globalisation is far f...

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