The Base of the Pyramid refers to the millions of people globally who live on less than approximately $2.00 per day. Our collection of teaching materials focus on new initiatives that explore the untapped market potential at the base of the economic pyramid.
Sustainability, both social and environmental, is quickly becoming one of the most important aspects of business, especially international business. We have many teaching materials devoted to exploring the issues surrounding environmental sustainability.
Governments worldwide have increasingly turned to the private sector for additional resources for efficiency and sustainable development. Our teaching materials explore how public and private sector entities can work both collaboratively and controversially.
Today, more than ever, students must develop a solid understanding of globalization and international business. GlobaLens' growing international business toolkit offers targeted, specific teaching options that can be tailored to meet these objectives.
Can profit-seeking corporations align their activities with the social, economic and environmental expectations of its various stakeholders? Our cases in this relevant topic area highlight the dynamic interactions of business and their local communities.
Despite massive investment in social programs, some governments still can't fully address the many needs of their citizens. Many NGOs have emerged to bridge that gap. Our cases in this area present how NGOs continue to play a critical role in societies worldwide.
Social entrepreneurs are catalysts for innovative models that can enable scaleable change for social problems. Our cases highlight the rewards and frustrations inevitable in implementing strategies to achieve social and/or environmental goals.
GlobaLens is proud to partner with a number of institutions to further our mission to create and disseminate high-quality teaching materials for business educators worldwide. Our partners provide resources and support, allowing us to build world-class, specialized collections of teaching materials.