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The Humanization of the Corporation

Is your business a TSR-maximizing machine? Or does it serve a broader social purpose?

Think Biologically: Messy Management for a Complex World

We want order and control, but those are increasingly hard to find in business. Look to biological systems for lessons on how to master complexity and—even more important—how to think about it.

The 2% company

Being excellent at exploration (innovation) and exploitation (efficiency) at the same time is the hallmark of 2% companies—the select few that consistently outperform on both growth and profitability.

Creating Urgency amid Comfort

Avoid the trap of complacency by keeping an eye out for mavericks, talking to dissatisfied customers, imagining what could happen, and mapping frictions.

How Vital Companies Think, Act, and Thrive

To survive long term, companies need vitality—the capacity for growth and reinvention that creates an ongoing sense of urgency and the ability to address the challenges of lasting success.

Building a Resilient Business Inspired by Biology

To build a business that endures, there’s no better place to look for inspiration than your own biology.

AI has entered the business world. What happens next?


The Build-or-Buy Dilemma in AI

Companies must build internal capabilities as well as work with vendors in ways that strengthen, rather than sacrifice, competitive advantage.

How Diverse Leadership Teams Boost Innovation

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Want a More Innovative Company? Hire More Women

Are diverse companies really more innovative? Rocío Lorenzo and her team surveyed 171 companies to find out—and the answer was a clear yes. She explained why at TED@BCG Milan.

The Reimagined Car: Shared, Autonomous, and Electric

Automotive innovation shows no signs of hitting the brakes. Forward-looking automakers and suppliers are building a new world of mobility that will change lives and reinvent the industry.

Reinventing the Enterprise—Digitally

Digital transformations that aim simply for new efficiencies and new products leave a lot on the table.

The Comeback Kids: Lessons from Successful Turnarounds

Stories of 11 of the most dramatic turnarounds in the world over the past decade show what can happen when decisive leaders set ambitious goals and make smart bets.

The Truth About Corporate Transformation

There is surprisingly little hard research on the design and execution of transformations. Our analysis, however, reveals several factors that can help business leaders improve their odds of success. We examine the evidence for what works and what doesn’t in an article in MIT Sloan Management Review.

How the Internet of Things Will Change the Pricing of Things

As traditional product manufacturers become providers of data-driven services, they must rethink the most basic questions about customers, value, and pricing.

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