In March Global Dynamics launched its new blog and debuted its new series of free educational and entertaining cross-cultural scenarios using the hottest new animation video software, Xtranormal.
Families in Global Transition (FIGT) invited GDI to lead a session at the 2011 FIGT Conference on Best Practices in International Assignee Cross-Cultural Training and Support. This very interactive session examined the latest best practices that contribute to a successful cross-cultural training program, including training methodologies, use of technologies, social networks, and support services that promote the successful integration of international assignees and their families into their new host country and their successful repatriation back home. The conference took place March 17-19 in Washington DC.
The Intercultural Management Institute (IMI) invited Neal Goodman to deliver a session on Intercultural Knowledge Management in Global Organizations at their 12th Annual Conference on Intercultural Relations. This session demonstrated a “best practice” created in partnership between a cross-cultural training organization and its clients to achieve global competency using Knowledge Management. The conference was held March 10-11 in Washington DC.
Neal Goodman wrote an article called for Training Magazine in February called Planning For the Future: Best Practices for Training and Development Departments as they Look Ahead.
GDI Senior Associate, Jean AbiNader was published in Training Magazine in February on bridging the gap between education and employment in Morocco in his article, World View: Focus on Morocco.
in February GDI Senior Associate, Heather Robinson wrote about the challenges of working women around the world in her DiversityExecutive article, Women at Work: A World of Challenges.