AI has entered the business world. What happens next?
The ability to establish a sustainable “risk advantage” will be as important for the companies of the future as creating a competitive advantage is today.
Globalization may seem to be in retreat, but that’s not the full story. Yes, nationalism and protectionism are pulling things apart, but digital technologies are bringing things—people, devices, processes—together. It’s time to update your world view.
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Digitization and decentralization have changed everything. The market and the opportunities are still global, but the challenges are local—and more complex than ever.
Rising income inequality is testing the case for both globalization and technological progress. Business leaders need to develop a new narrative that emphasizes equal access to economic opportunity. They have seven ways to do so.
Many multinationals need to undertake a fundamental transformation in emerging markets. By starting with one local operation, they can develop a robust methodology for subsequent rollouts.
To build a business that endures, there’s no better place to look for inspiration than your own biology.
In more predictable times, a narrow focus on business matters made sense. Today, it’s risky. Business leaders must raise their game to deal with the increasing interconnectedness of companies, economies, and societies.