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MOST READ Boston Consulting Group Q1 2016

 

 
MOST READ
Q1 2016
1. Transformation in Emerging Markets
The shifts taking place in emerging markets are big, structural, and long-term. As macroeconomic growth slows and competition rises, multinationals will need to shift their focus from growth toward a combination of growth and productivity gains.
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2. What’s Ahead for Car Sharing?
What's Ahead for Car Sharing?
Car sharing is disrupting the automotive market. While not a game changer, the car-sharing trend should make automotive OEMs reconceive their mission, at least in part, and experiment with new mobility business models.
The Double Game of Digital Action
3. The Double Game of Digital Action
It’s not enough to have a great digital strategy. Organizations achieve breakthrough results only when they take a systematic, coordinated approach to execution.
The Biology of Corporate Survival
4. The Biology of Corporate Survival
Understanding the principles that confer robustness in complex systems—such as tropical forests, stock markets, and even companies—can mean the difference between survival and extinction.
An Atlas of Strategy Traps
5. Big Oil’s Road to Reinvention
Can the world’s leading international oil and gas companies turn a crisis of value creation into an opportunity to reinvent business models?
Three Ways for Companies to Succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
6. Three Ways for Companies to Succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
To invent the future, writes BCG’s Miki Tsusaka, companies need to escape the constraints of their previous models of success, lead with conviction, and embrace diversity.
Travel Innovated: Who Will Own the Customer?
7. Travel Innovated: Who Will Own the Customer?
As digital technologies, big data, and innovation provide more and more seamless experiences for consumers, how can travel suppliers protect their place in the value chain?
The Digital Imperative
8. Breaking the Culture Barrier in Postmerger Integrations
Cultural differences spring from behaviors as well as from values. Leaders who address these differences seriously and promptly are more likely to achieve a successful merger.
Three Paths to Advantage with Digital Supply Chains
9. Three Paths to Advantage with Digital Supply Chains
Some companies are achieving dramatic returns on their digital investments, thanks to much more powerful technologies—and a set of key strategies.
The Digital Revolution Is Disrupting the TV Industry
10. The Digital Revolution Is Disrupting the TV Industry
Streaming video is surging, and its potential to disrupt the TV industry raises a fundamental question: Which companies will emerge as victors in the digital age?
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