Bold innovation by some firms under pressure of the pandemic could deliver a productivity dividend, but that depends on corporate action broadening and robust demand.
Amid disruption, lighthouses have unlocked hidden capacity, widened new revenue streams, and gained market share—all while engaging workers and increasing sustainability. And at surprisingly low cost.
Repeatable, successful innovation requires a dedicated ‘growth engine’ that can build promising ventures into growing businesses.
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Many operators need to transform themselves to cope with new market conditions but have had difficulty making an organization-wide overhaul. A smart digital-attacker strategy may be the solution.
Not many companies are bold enough to enter the challenging Chinese market without a local partner. But a desire to retain full control, and the belief that relying on local partners may hinder its ability to learn and scale, eventually paid off, according to the[…]
Setting a bold vision, adapting the business to respond to market feedback, and putting customer satisfaction first has enabled digital-banking start-up N26 to grow rapidly into a global bank valued at $3.5 billion.
Björn Annwall, leader of Volvo Cars in the EMEA region, believes business leaders should be deliberate and hands-on when it comes to developing their people.
Racial equity and inclusive growth can drive economic mobility and a postpandemic recovery.