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The New Logic of Competition

Master the New Logic of Competition

Business leaders used to be able to plan and predict. They knew what industry they were in and who their rivals were. Now, stability has been replaced with complexity and dynamism. The game of business is changing, calling on companies to compete in entirely new ways.

Competing on the Rate of Learning

Competing on the Rate Learning

Competing on the Rate of Learning

New technologies operate at superhuman speed. Social, political, and economic forces move much more slowly. To use learning as a competitive advantage, companies must be able to learn on both timescales.

Your Strategy Needs a Strategy

Your Strategy Needs a Strategy

Companies can gain an edge by matching their strategic style to the conditions of their industry, business function, or geographic market, according to research featured in Harvard Business Review.

Competing in Ecosystems

Act Like a Tech Company⁠—Even If You’re Not

To succeed in the coming decade, companies in every industry will have to act like tech companies—using technology to build strong relationships with customers and suppliers, and empowering employees to innovate.

The Myths and Realities of Business Ecosystems

The Myths and Realities of Business Ecosystems

These networks of organizations, well suited to our fast-changing world, call on us to think about business in a new way. But first, as this article in MIT Sloan Management Review explains, we need to dispel the myths and confusion.

The Emerging Art of Ecosystem Management

The Emerging Art of Ecosystem Management

Many companies are building or joining collaborative networks. The challenge is how to effectively set up and manage these ecosystems and use them strategically to maximize value—and gain a competitive edge.

Competing in a Hybrid Digital & Physical World

Competing on Imagination

Competing on Imagination

Competing on Imagination

Amid declining long-term growth rates and incessant technological change, companies need imagination more than ever. But the capacity for imagination declines as companies grow.

Strategy - The Global Landscape of Corporate Vitality

The Global Landscape of Corporate Vitality

The Fortune Future index, developed in partnership with BCG, identifies the companies that have what every company needs in a fast-changing business environment: the capacity to explore new opportunities, renew strategy, and grow sustainably.

Competing on Resilience

The winners in business have shifted markedly in the past decade—and the keys to success are likely to be very different again in ten years’ time. How should leaders prepare their companies to thrive in a rapidly evolving landscape? What will it take to win the '20s?

Winning the ’20s

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