Dr. Finn Majlergaard
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- Sep 2007 - Jul 2010
- Feb 1998 - Apr 2002
What does it take to become successful internationally?
How do you successfullt integrate two or more companies?
How do I develop a suitable, feasible, creatice and competitive strategy for my company?
We were very successful in the US but we failed in Europe - why?
How do we deal with the cultural friction within our organisation?
How do I find the right partners?
Does it really have to be so complicated?
How do I prepare my company for growth?
How and where do I raise funds for my company?
- these are some of questions we have helped our clients to find answers to. Maybe you have asked some of the same questions and hopefully you have found an answer useful to you.
See more at: http://www.gugin.com
Challenges for international companies
Deregulation, improved infrastructure, global distribution of work, knowledge and funding, better processes are factors that have affected all aspects of developing and operating and international business.
Speed of change has increased dramatically, the competitive landscape has changed because new players are coming more rapid than before. New indistries evolve , others disappear. This means that just because you were successful yesterday doesn't guarantee you continued success - YOU have to change and develop new creative solutions.
If you are not already operating internationally we help you finding the best possible strategic window for you. Timing is essentiel. The perfect idea at the wrong time is worthless.
Feel free to contact me for a discussion on how you can take advantage of world where the rules of the game has changed.
My weblog is here: http://www.blogger.com/profile/6160329
Have 15+ years of international business development and management experience in companies like IBM, CSC, Arthur Andersen Business Consulting and Gugin
I have always been travelling and I have learned and valued finding solutions across cultures seeing cultural differences as a source to synergi rather than a barrier.
I have a lot of experience in working in multicultural environments and over the years I have developed international motivation and reward systems. So this was also a natural subject for my dissertation at Henley Management College.
Today i am the Manage partner of Gugin - http://www.gugin.com. Our core competence is internationalisation, international business development,
My goal is to grow this business into a strong entity based on strong ethical values that all stakeholders will apply to.
I speak English, Danish and French
Please join my network on LinkedIn too at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am currently doing a doctorate at International Management College with campuses in New York, Paris and Tokyo. My dissertation is about best practices in global leadership where i research best practices in leadership in North America, Europe and Asia.
In Gugin - http://www.gugin.com we are specialists in making international organisations more effective turning the cultural friction into cultural synergy. You can read a lot more about this on our website.
This section answers question you might or might not think of asking me:
Q: If you were a shoe, what kind of shoe would you be?
A: No Idea - Shoes is a girlie passion....ask again which car I would like to be
Q: Is it true that you have been called an organisational terrorist
A: Well Yes - but it was the only option to gain competitive advantage at that time. You can't be a friend with everybody at the same time.
Q: Have you been dead?
A: Yes - but I was brought back - it was a great experience!
Q: Are you affraid of dying next time?
Q: What do you believe in?
A: A life before death - and a life between deaths
Q: Is it true you read John Steinbecks "The Pearl" in 25 minutes
A: No - It was 22 minutes
Q: Do you have a Grand Piano in your livingroom?
A: Yes - and a couple of Selmer Saxophones
Q: What are you really really affraid of?
A: George Bush and Ariel Sharon
Q: Have you visited the headhunters on Borneo?
A: Yes together with my oldest son, october 2004 here are the pics => http://homepage.mac.com/gugin1/
Q: Have you had breakfast with Desmond Tutu?
A: Yes in 1994, Durban , South Africa
Q: What do you value most in other people
A: Courage, originality
Q: How many friends do you have?
A: Many - and with these friends I don't need enemies
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