Publicaciones mundiales

  • How Top Chemical Companies Navigate Portfolio Decisions

    February 22, 2017 | Bain Brief

    Bain research shows that at top chemical companies, greater portfolio coherence leads to higher financial returns.

  • Mining companies and the war against man-made diamonds

    February 13, 2017 | Mining | | Media mention

    Unrevealed mixing of cultured diamonds with natural stones is very “difficult to quantify,” according to Olya Linde, a partner with Bain & Company. “The problem arises when lab-grown diamonds are misrepresented and sold as natural diamonds, especially in melee categories,” she explains.

  • The Changing Rules for Digital M&A

    February 10, 2017 | Bain Brief

    Companies are turning to M&A to get ahead of digital disruption in their industries. Winners know they need to alter their approach.

  • Running the Business through Your Customer's Eyes

    February 09, 2017 | Bain Brief

    To create a truly excellent customer experience, more companies are turning to new key unit of management: the episode.

  • Blockchain in Financial Markets: How to Gain an Edge

    February 08, 2017 | Bain Brief

    By taking a systematic approach, companies can manage through the uncertainty surrounding distributed ledger technology—and achieve a strategic advantage.

  • Tapping the Unexpected Potential of Joint Ventures

    February 08, 2017 | Bain Brief

    The value of joint ventures is growing at twice the rate of M&A. Here’s the formula for winning deals.

  • Brexit Uncertainty Adds to Global Supply Chain Concerns

    February 06, 2017 | Supply Chain Management | Bloomberg | Media mention

    Michael Garstka, a partner with Bain & Company, discusses the potential impact on global business from uncertainty over Brexit.

  • U.K. Business Says Brexit Already Having a Negative Effect

    February 06, 2017 | Supply Chain Management | Bloomberg Markets | Media mention

    A new report by Bain & Company warns that disruptions to supply chains could cut the profits of key British industries by as much as 30 percent if Brexit ends up resulting in World Trade Organization tariffs, a falling pound and costlier labor. Retailers, car manufacturers and technology companies

  • ‘£200m boost’ for pharma and aerospace

    February 06, 2017 | Supply Chain Management | The Times | Media mention

    Drug companies and aeroplane parts groups represent two of Britain's most thriving export sectors and executives in both industries had issued stark warnings about leaving the EU. However, analysis by Bain & Company finds that a hard Brexit could improve their profit margins because under World

  • Is Your Supply Chain Ready for Brexit?

    February 06, 2017 | Bain Brief

    Companies can limit the negative consequences of a hard or soft Brexit by adopting a different approach to strategy—one that anticipates a number of future scenarios.