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Reaching your full cloud potential

Few companies are harnessing the full power of the cloud to catalyze innovation and digital transformation. Business leaders can change the game by paying careful attention to seven mission-critical factors.
by Rohit Antao, Will Perry, and Mark Moffat
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Rethinking total reward strategies

Pay, incentives, and benefits haven’t significantly changed for decades, but people’s preferences have. Employee compensation needs a rethink if companies are to attract and retain talent.
by Andrew Curcio and Alastair Woods
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Why bigger isn’t always better in banking

In a new book about the storied two-century history of Brown Brothers, author Zachary Karabell argues that conservatism and pragmatism are viable strategies for surviving disruptions.
by Daniel Gross

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Making transformation stick

Three steps can help leaders ensure that their change efforts don’t fall apart once the initial push is over.
by Augusto Giacoman and Craig Hapelt
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Mark Carney on a values-led economy

The former governor of the Bank of England argues for a fundamental rewiring of the financial system to confront global challenges.
by Jakob von Baeyer
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How to help India’s farmers

The new reform laws aren’t comprehensive enough. True reform will require public–private partnerships that can address how food is grown, processed, distributed, and sold.
by Deepa Krishnan
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The rise of the eco-friendly consumer

During the pandemic, consumers have become more sensitive to the environmental impacts of their shopping decisions, and consumer companies are responding.
by Amy Emmert

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Hello, tomorrow.

Localization is the new globalization

Many factors are disrupting the equilibrium multinationals have enjoyed for decades. In response, organizations must adapt both their strategies and their tactics.
Hello, tomorrow.

Localisation is the new globalisation

Many factors are disrupting the equilibrium multinationals have enjoyed for decades. In response, organisations must adapt both their strategies and their tactics.

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