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Value Creation and Business Model Innovation

A corporation is a living organism; it has to continue to shed its skin. Methods have to change. Focus has to change. Values have to change. The sum total of those changes is transformation. Download >
Digital is about unlocking growth now. Having a clear understanding of what digital means allows business leaders to develop a shared vision of how it can be used to capture value. The authors, Karel Dörner and David Edelman, in this McKinsey...
According to Matt Zimmer, CEO of Flash Global, management must make passion a clear priority for the organization. A company with happy, engaged employees is more than a great place to work. HBR and Gallup research reveal that it’s also more profitable and...
According to Don Sull, an alumnus of McKinsey and a senior lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management: When it comes to innovation, the single most common piece of advice may be to “think outside the box.” Constraints,...
According to Marco Iansiti and Roy Levien, in heir research paper, 'Strategy as Ecology,' Wal-Mart’s and Microsoft’s dominance in modern business has been attributed to any number of factors, ranging from the vision and drive of their founders to the companies’ aggressive...
Exploring Shared Value: Use Inter-organizational Networks and Vertical Leadership Development, as a Strategy for Business Success and Positive Societal Impact According to Dr. Charles J. Palus, Senior Fellow at  CCL, positive societal impact and business success do not need to be...
Innovation and creativity In this engaging presentation of the eight essentials of innovation performance, McKinsey principal Nathan Marston explains why innovation is increasingly important to driving corporate growth. Taken together, these form an essential operating system for innovation within a company’s...
According to IBM Global CEO Study titled “The Enterprise of the Future”. “Disruptive by Nature” is the fourth of the five characteristics that define the Enterprise of the Future. Business processes, as well as some products and services, are becoming...
Procter & Gamble Chairman, President and CEO David Taylor on why he's willing to protect people with the self-confidence to risk their careers on an idea they believe in. He explains why he's more impressed by "the person that has...
  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...
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