In this article Pankaj Ghemawat talks about using rooted maps in order to better understand the global market. A rooted map is a tool that gives business the ability to look at the global markets though different perspectives. Through the use of a rooted map businesses can reduce the “distance” between them and their markets, gain insight into the preferences of that market, detect looming threats such as competition and broader external risks, etc.
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