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Transformation: An Imperative, Not an Option

Being the strongest or largest player in an industry no longer ensures success in today’s global marketplace. Companies now need a solid transformation strategy to compete in an increasingly complex business environment.

An Imperative to Transform

With today’s unprecedented rate of change, constant transformation is the norm. Adapting to this transformation is the key to staying ahead of competition and volatile market trends, explains BCG's global leader of the Transformation practice, Lars Faeste, in his 2016 TED talk.

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Transformation in Australia & New Zealand

Help Your Shelf: The Moves Mainstream Grocers Must Make Now

The offerings of most grocery chains are costlier and more complex than they need to be. Learn how grocers can shake up their operating models.

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Getting Fit for Transformation

Without an explicit focus on getting their IT function fit, organizations will struggle to reap the rewards of a technology-enabled transformation.

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Tapping New Efficiencies: How Mining Companies Can Run Like Manufacturers

By embracing a holistic automation strategy, mining companies can integrate their processes end to end, improving the way they manage variability and optimizing their operations.

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Assess Your Transformation Urgency

Large companies are facing unprecedented disruption fueled by geopolitics, digital innovations, and shifting demographics. To negotiate this environment, organizations must understand where they fit within three types of transformational urgency.

Rune Jacobsen on Transformation

Rune Jacobsen, a BCG senior partner and managing director, discusses why transformation is essential for organizations today.

Eight Steps to Transformation Success

Transformations don’t follow a cookie-cutter model; they need to reflect the challenges unique to each situation. Nonetheless, there are eight factors that drive long-term success.

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