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Winning is about more than playing today’s game well—it’s about positioning to win the next one. Explore our latest thought leadership for corporate finance strategies and best practices.

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Value Creation


BCG Investor Perspectives Series

BCG’s latest research finds investors increasingly bearish on the economy and the stock market—and they want businesses to focus on both liquidity and long-term advantage.

CFO Excellence

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Your First Year as CFO

By demonstrating results early, new CFOs facilitate their longer-term strategy and transformation efforts, paving the way for growth.

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Your First 90 Days as CFO

A successful tenure begins with getting to know the finance function and establishing a vision to guide value creation.

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Featured Insights and Perspectives from BCG

The latest insights, ideas, and perspectives from BCG. Explore a cross-section of up-to-date content on the trends shaping the future of business and society.

Business Strategy

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Advantage Beyond the Crisis

In order to emerge stronger, companies must ensure that their response to COVID-19 is not just immediate but also transformational.

An Atlas of Strategy Traps

Leverage this atlas to identify the warning signs to avoid and the best practices to look for along your business’s journey.

Digital Strategy and AI

Strategic Planning

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Building Your Uncertainty Advantage

For some companies, disruption is a risk to be avoided. For others, it’s an opportunity to be embraced. With better sensing, modeling, and planning capabilities, businesses can use upheaval as a catapult to success.

Can Your Strategy Survive These Four Futures?

BCG’s global expert on scenarios and creativity, Alan Iny, takes you on a tour of four distinct and plausible future competitive environments—and offers perspectives on how to shape smart strategies in the face of uncertainty.

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The Soft Rules of Family Businesses

The Soft Rules of Family Businesses

Conflicts arising from emotions are rarely about material issues like money or other matters of self-interest. These "soft" issues are often harder to resolve than the "hard" stuff.

BCG Classics Revisited


BCG Classics Revisited: The Experience Curve

The experience curve theory still holds, particularly in specific industries. But to succeed in today’s environment, many companies need to develop an additional kind of experience.

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Perspectives on Strategy and Value: Insights on creating sustainable value in an uncertain world.

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Perspectives on Strategy and Value: Insights on creating sustainable value in an uncertain world.

Corporate Finance and Strategy