Atlantic: of or relating to the nations that border the Atlantic Ocean; the Atlantic community.
Global: of, relating to, or applying to a whole (as a mathematical function or a computer program) : universal
Resources: a: source of supply or support : an available means —usually used in plural. b: a natural source of wealth or revenue —often used in plural. c: a natural feature or phenomenon that enhances the quality of human life. d: computable wealth —usually used in plural. e: a source of information or expert. Source of Definitions: Merriam-Webster
I grew up in a classic, small New England town. My father's business and his father's before him, were started and established in and around Boston.
Thus, I grew up within a system of family businesses, which in turn were part of a greater community and were participants in the common good.
With globalization, business leaders, organizations and opportunities have become part of a system that reaches far beyond the boundaries of a local community. I have experienced this first-hand having established AGR in London over 20 years ago.
Today any organization, big or small, is part of a complex system whether we like it or not.
I happen to embrace complexity, though I have developed an ever-greater appreciation for simplicity. One informs the other.
AGR has been responding to changing environments and market needs since its founding. And helping others do the same.
Are you responding — or reacting — to the complexity around you?