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  Meeting customer expectations  Today’s customers do not want digital versions of the same manual, bureaucratic processes they faced yesterday. They search, download, pay, and listen to music all in one go. Companies that want to win at digital adoption are therefore recognizing...
Networked devices engaged in machine to machine conversations can optimize what to do, when to do it, and by how much, but do we trust them to ever ask: “why are we doing this in the first place?” Why are we...
According to Jenny Dearborn, the chief learning officer at SAP, companies that invest in creating strong learning cultures are more productive, innovative, and profitable. They also attract more talent and retain them longer. According to Ilie Ghiciuc, the more you...
Dubai One interviews Strategy&’s Samer Bohsali to discuss the Ideation Center insight entitled “Preparing for the digital era: The state of digitalization in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) businesses. Our world is becoming ever more digitalized. Billions of devices and machines...
  Researchers and mental health professionals contest that ancient mindfulness practices - originating in Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist and other traditions - hold great promise. Mindfulness means being fully aware of what is happening both inside yourself—in your body, heart and mind—and...
Are you creating value for your firm? It's a tough world out there and only firms that succeed in creating value will survive in the long-term. The key is to focus on what your customers really want. Journal of Management...
Employers of choice are winning the war for talent. They attract the hires they want, and retain the top performers they need. They have sustainable, high-performance cultures that bring out the best in their employees and stand out amongst their...
Why It Pays to Have a Plan According the PwC authors, Ken Favaro, Per-Ola Karlsson, and Gary L. Neilson, poor planning for changes in leadership costs companies dearly. Unexpected successions can paralyze even the best-functioning companies, they can wreak a harsh...
High performing organisations nurture high-potential employees. However a recent study by the Corporate Executive Board revealed that 40% of “high-potential” job moves  produce disappointing results. Disengagement is also present: One in three emerging stars reported feeling disengaged from his or her company. ...
Strategic Partnerships By Professor James E. Henderson, Professor Charles Dhanaraj and Karine Avagyan with Michelle Perrinjaquet 79 participants from 50 companies attended an IMD Discovery Event that focused on the challenges involved in making strategic partnerships work. Download here>     Strategic Partnerships Models that Work This panel...
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