Wadhwa suggests that this brain drain is bad for the United States: "It is a loss for America. Innovation that would otherwise be happening here is going abroad." Of course, this also suggests economic loss.
But is there cause to panic? Is this such a bad thing?
There are others who suggest a "Brain Circulation", where knowledge is now going to be shared on a much wider scale.
Think about it.
Those who have worked here have developed relationships with the cultural melting pot that is the United States. With the internet and current social media, current technology can ensure that out of sight does not necessarily mean out of mind when expats return to their homes.
Within my own company we use this same technology to interact with others overseas and develop mutually beneficial relationships (more on this very subject to follow in the coming months).
As I have stated in past articles, the tactics and technologies of networking and relationship-building is breaking down boundaries that separate us and allowing us to grow in ways that we might not have before (notice that I did not say "could have"). It is even causing us to take a more serious look at how we may be defining companies as well as countries in the future.
What I am curious to know are your thoughts...is this brain drain or brain circulation? In what ways does this effect your business/entrepreneurial enterprise?
Feel free to send your comments to me at email@example.com and I may include them in an upcoming article.
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