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Bigger Is Not Always Better

For large technology companies, size itself is a challenge. It is difficult to grow organically at 10 percent or more when you’re a $10 billion-plus company. . Nor can they turn to diversification as a market share cure-all. They must stay focused, and they must innovate.

Decoding the Chinese Internet

The Boston Consulting Group joined forces with two of China’s online giants, Alibaba and Baidu to discover the unique characteristics of the Chinese internet, unveil their root causes, and identify the implications for struggling foreign players in China, future market trends, and the global expansion of Chinese internet giants.

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BCG on Software as a Service

The technology industry has shifted from selling products to selling services. Transitioning into a service provider can be both extremely risky and highly rewarding.

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The Imperative for Reinvention in Technology

Surprisingly, the technology industry as a whole underperforms other sectors. BCG's Derek Kennedy explains how companies can reinvent themselves in three ways to combat this trend.

Think Beyond the Ecosystem

Despite ongoing disruption, there’s value to be found outside traditional roles. There are four ways you can manage the reshaping of industry stacking.

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Creating a High-Performance Organization

Shifts in the technology industry are putting pressure on companies to transform quickly, but the human resources function must transform as well.

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