Martin Roll will publish a new management book titled “Family Business Strategy – Leading Future Paths With Impact” in 2020.
In an analysis of the coming “Asian Century”, investment bank Goldman Sachs outlined the impending domination of China and India as economic and technological powerhouses in the global scene.
Martin Roll was appointed a Distinguished Fellow at The Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise at INSEAD Business School in July 2018.
The first ever Women’s Forum Singapore 2018 was held at the Raffles City Convention Centre in Singapore from 12-14 September 2018.
Leading up to the Women’s Forum 2018 held in Singapore from 12-14 November, Martin Roll was featured in an exclusive interview with the event organizers in August 2018.
Family firms account for 70% of the global GDP and 60% of global employment according to a recent study by INSEAD Business School.
Martin Roll has developed and will be teaching a new mandatory workshop as part of the MBA curriculum at Nanyang Business School in Singapore.
All companies aspire to build brands that eventually get etched in the culture of the society and become cultural icons.
Next generation leadership is about leading in the most turbulent of times, and successful next generation leaders will be masters of change and resilience.
In July 2016, Sri Lanka’s corporate leaders had the opportunity to listen to four top international gurus on “Business Strategy” at the Strategy Summit organised by the Business School of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka).
Great leaders are defined by their ability to unite groups of unique individuals around a common vision.
One of the biggest implications of globalization for companies seeking to expand to foreign shores is the task of balancing standardization with customization.
A brand is the identity of a company, product, service in the minds of consumers that is built through hundreds of experiences and interactions, reinforced by word of mouth references of others.
Martin Roll was interviewed by Manager Today (Taiwan) about the future of Taiwanese brands and what is required by Taiwanese firms to build and sustain global brands.