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Mining the (clean energy) gap

The mining industry is transforming to meet surging demand for critical minerals.
by Paul Bendall and Lauren Bermack
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Pedal to the metal

Amid rising global uncertainty, it’s tempting to hit the brakes on decarbonization, but recent insights from PwC thought leaders offer a convincing case for doing exactly the opposite.
by Daniel Gross
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To improve management, build a decision factory

In their new book, Decision Leadership, professors Don Moore and Max Bazerman tell leaders how the lessons of behavioral economics can lead to better organizational decision-making.
by Theodore Kinni
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It’s an ad, ad, ad, ad world

Some striking data in the latest edition of PwC’s Global Entertainment & Media Outlook explodes the notion that the advertising business is in decline.
by Daniel Gross
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Why economies crash

A new book shows how systemic financial crises are as difficult to predict as they are to prevent.
by Mike Jakeman
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Meet the four forces shaping your workforce strategy

Specialization. Scarcity. Rivalry. Humanity. Companies that understand—and harness—these forces will have an edge in creating vibrant workforces capable of achieving sustained, positive outcomes.
by Bhushan Sethi, Blair Sheppard and Nicole Wakefield


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Mining value from consumer data

Why retailers and consumer goods companies face different challenges as they move “beyond digital.”
by Sabine Durand-Hayes
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What’s most needed from managers now

As organizations shift from command-and-control leadership to more decentralized decision-making, the “frozen middle” is melting—and managers have to step up.
by Adam Bryant
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A kinder, gentler deal

With his book Split the Pie, Yale School of Management professor Barry Nalebuff offers a consistent, fair, and scalable approach to negotiation.
by Theodore Kinni
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Persuasion, Hollywood style

Professors Peter Desberg and Jeffrey Davis explain how leaders can enhance their persuasive skills by mastering the craft of the pitch.
by Theodore Kinni

PwC Series

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Transformation by PwC

Seven imperatives for moving beyond digital

Drawing on research of transformative companies, PwC authors recommend ways that executive teams can disrupt themselves and become leaders in the digital age.
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Living in a world of unicorns

Venture-backed giants are scaling up and transforming markets as varied fintech, electric vehicles, and healthcare.


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