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Lessons in simplicity strategy

Using a six-point “hexagon action” model to deal with a complex world helps leaders focus and prioritize their work.
by Julia Hobsbawm
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Asia-Pacific’s rebalancing act

As the power of traditional drivers of growth fades, companies need to develop more resilient and rebalanced supply chains to keep the region moving forward.
by Raymund Chao, Christopher Kelkar, and David Wijeratne
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Imagination is not enough

As the novel Martin Dressler shows, the most ambitious endeavor in business is to create an immersive world.
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