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Future of Work | Building the future quality function

The Indian pharmaceutical sector has faced significant disruptions across its value chain, including the quality function, due to Covid-19. For most pharmaceutical companies, the quality function has been plagued by several. This perspective is an analysis of these measures and their impact across the pharmaceutical companies including four key learnings for the quality function.

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Auto: Business Platforms are the Future

Auto customers today are digitally native, time starved and expect a high degree of personalization. This perspective reflects on how a platform approach can generate exponential value and customer loyalty in an industry faced with evolving expectations, data explosion and rapid innovation. It outlines the value of platforms to OEMs and its various partners that will work together to meet customer needs across discovery, purchase and ownership.

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Efficiency to Resilience: Building Capabilities in the Oil and Gas Supply Chain for an Uncertain World

In a rapidly changing world, supply chains are faced with an ever-expanding set of risks and uncertainties. Downstream oil and gas supply chains in particular face unprecedented disruptions arising from structural complexities and a changing ecosystem. This publication with Indian Oil (India's largest refiner and oil marketing company) is a deep-dive into the key risk drivers for oil and gas supply chains and the benefits of resilience. It also provides a framework for building resilient supply chains illustrated through detailed case studies.

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BCG India CSR Policy

Our social-impact work seeks to make a difference beyond the business world. Having a beneficial social impact is fundamental to who we are as an organization and is one of our nine stated values. BCG's involvement in this area is motivated by our desire to make a positive difference to society in general and often to the underprivileged in particular. The CSR policy of The Boston Consulting Group (India) Pvt Ltd highlights the Company's philosophy towards Corporate Social Responsibility and lays down the guiding principles for undertaking the Company's CSR activities in India.

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