Spotlight: The internet as a common resource: Towards a global managerial intelligence
Towards a global managerial intelligence
After the current systemic crisis arising from the fading of the European social model [Declaration of Philadelphia, 1944] and the neoliberal model [Washington Consensus of the 90s], and around various key indicators for the future such as innovation, entrepreneurship, competitiveness and responsibility, a new business model seems to be progressively drawn. Three main factors frame the actual context for the emergence of a new alternative: first of all, the expansion of a digital and informal society in a cyberspace freed from the three traditional units of time, space and human physical presence. Secondly, the increasing needs of organisations for global security strategies, insurance guarantees and social responsibility policies. And finally the standardization of governance and management systems trough best practices and consensus based on international norms, ethical behaviour and financial and extra-financial accountability. In order to face these challenges new forms of education and a global managerial intelligence should be promote.