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Global executives’ top priority in 2015 is growth—followed by improving profitability and tackling excessive complexity. More
Chemical producers will have to plan their next moves in an environment of extreme uncertainty. More
To meet rising customer demands and capture fast-moving opportunities, most organizations will need to completely change the way IT works.
The best performing companies tend to share four critical attributes: Valuable assets, superior capabilities, the most attractive customers and the benefits of scope.
Left unchanged, the supply chain capabilities that helped multinationals in the past will only hold them back in the years ahead.
Scale alone is often not enough to confer real economic leadership. It is only one of several options that can promote a powerful competitive advantage.
Smart businesses also know instinctively that conflict is good—as long as it gets resolved quickly. Dialogue and debate in the workplace can stimulate growth and innovation.
Fast-growing businesses can find the experts they need by spotting the “black sheep” of the blue-chip companies—the experts who found their companies stifling and slow.
Feedstock and energy costs are down, but so are prices of some types. Oil's rapid fall could be good news or bad, depending on where you are and what you make.
The impact of non-communicable diseases and mental disorders results in tremendous economic loss. Countries need to re-evaluate their view of health and healthcare.
Healthy life years are the new currency of growth and prosperity. As health has moved to the front page, the discussion is no longer just about the cost of care. It is about health as an investment.
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