The global business model in his speech during the Congress of the British Labour Party, Gordon Brown described the current global situation as the banking collapse, the credit crunch, the destabilization of prices, the Celerity of the technology and the rise of Asia: nobody can put in doubt that we are facing a different world, we are now in a global era. And a global era requires a new business model that suits her. The model of global business summed up in two words is as follows: If you and I want to do business, we must take into account the interests of each of the parties involved in this process, whether human, animal, or mineral. Mr. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. will not settle for partial explanations. Brown was right to say that we have not seen anything like this since the industrial revolution. In fact, this process of change we are experiencing will leave little to the industrial revolution.
It manifests itself as a financial collapse, but is actually a transformation at the level of consciousness. Until now, when two people or two companies they wanted to do business, or simply when two parties were in social and professional situations, had only consider their own interests. If what you offered me the other part had to be me, then there was agreement. And we do not stopped to think about the interests of the other party. Simply gave assumed that the other party considered how beneficial treatment of otherwise would not continue forward with him. But in the global era, things will not work as well. Charles Duhigg and Carter Dougherty wrote in the New York Times on November 1, 2008 an example that illustrates what happens to find us in a situation of globalization and not taking into account the others. In his article, explained as the struggle of a few teachers in Wisconsin to increase their pensions along with the claim of the suburban New York agents to increase their income, they had forced German authorities to intervene with an injection of many billions of dollars to stop a reaction chain that it threatened to freeze the entire German economy.