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Joe Fuller 9h
Great working with on this latest phase of our research at . Employers need to rethink how to harness optimism and ambitions of middle skills workers and stop viewing them recalcitrants to be cajoled and costs to be managed
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Boston Consulting Group 10h
Workers are happy in their jobs and are prepared to adapt to change. Leadership often views the future through a different lens and struggles to identify and act on the forces shaping the workplace.
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BCG Henderson Inst. 13h
While workers around the world are eager to adapt to change, business leaders struggle to prepare for a new workplace, according to our latest research
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NEW: our study with is a global outlook on how business leaders and middle-skills workers view the forces shaping the . Read the study:
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Boston Consulting Group May 21
Technology, ecosystem, and platform-based businesses dominate today's list of the world's largest companies. Given the incessant change forces of technology, how can companies win the 20's? Martin Reeves explains:
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MITSloan Mgmt Review May 19
NEW. Learning to Love the Bubble —Philipp Gerbert and Michael Spira,
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BCG Henderson Inst. May 17
Our latest is a "BCG Matrix for a Digital and AI World" that shows prototypical strategies for the next frontier of digital and AI transformation
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BCG Henderson Inst. May 3
To succeed in the next decade, leaders will have to fundamentally reinvent their organizations. Our new shows five ways leaders can apply the science of organizational change.
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Martin Reeves May 2
We need a more effective approach to management. One key is to de-average strategies of change according to the situation, as described on a new article on the Science of Change by as part of our Winning The ‘20s series
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BCGCareers Apr 30
Helping organizations make the changes needed to seize competitive advantage—and to win—has always been BCG’s raison d'être. On what would have been our founder Bruce Henderson's birthday, we are pleased to share our new timeline of history:
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MITSloan Mgmt Review Apr 22
NEW. Beat the Odds in M&A Turnarounds —, et. al
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Liselotte Engstam Apr 24
The most valuable and fastest-growing businesses of the decade have been disproportionately young, technology companies, which operate ecosystems that are predominantly digital. The New Logic of Competition — Part 2 via
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Martin Reeves Apr 22
Chart of the week: factors impacting success of turnaround M&A.
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MITSloan Mgmt Review Apr 21
You can create significant value by buying troubled businesses and fixing them up. Here’s how.
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Martin Reeves Apr 19
Peering into the business zeitgeist with TED via
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TED Business Apr 19
is focusing on all things larger than life, but what happens when we shift our focus to the small? asks us to zoom in -- way, way in -- to look at the world with new eyes and celebrate the small victories that surround us
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Martin Reeves Apr 16
New research on adapting organizations to technological change by Joe Fuller, Judith Wallenstein, Alice De Chalendar and Manjari Raman and
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Martin Reeves Apr 17
M&A opps increase in downturn, but failure is high. Success comes many from differential growth, with costs being the smallest factor, even in the short term. New piece on “evidence based M&A” in from
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MITSloan Mgmt Review Apr 16
NEW. Beat the Odds in M&A Turnarounds —, et. al
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Martin Reeves Apr 16
Opportunities for M&A likely to increase late in economic cycle - but most deals fail. New evidence based analysis of how to beat the odds by , , Danny Friedman and Hen Lotan of in
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