Bernardo Vargas Gibsone, CEO of the Colombian utility and construction company ISA, sees opportunity emerging from turmoil.
- Businesses need to grow their behavior, cognitive, and network capital to create and capture value that competitors can’t dislodge.
- Leaders shouldn’t forget that most structural changes will have tax implications. Thoughtful planning can convert tax traps into enhanced reorganization returns.
- With home costs skyrocketing in large metropolitan areas, companies that want to attract talent may have to get into the real-estate business.June 20, 2017 by Daniel Gross
- Hiring people is often a last resort, even when an industry is growing.June 13, 2017 by Daniel Gross
- Financial engineering won’t fix a stagnant valuation.May 9, 2017 by Ken Favaro
- Young firms are valued significantly higher and attract more financing after their founders relinquish some power.April 19, 2017 by Matt Palmquist
- Few have resolved the tension between identity and growth as masterfully as the coffee chain’s CEO.
- During a restructuring, rumors spread and fear takes hold. You can reduce the turmoil by finding ways to inform, empower, and inspire employees.
- Having a clear sense of who you are will help you grow coherently, and outpace the competition. For further insights, read “Pulling the Triggers That Pull Companies.”December 14, 2016
- As digital becomes the new normal, a few generic strategies that can help you determine where and how to create value. Which one is best for your enterprise?December 8, 2016 by John Sviokla
- Discovering how to learn fast, including taking time out for creative thinking and implementation, is necessary for effective self-disruption.October 31, 2016 by Eric J. McNulty
- Trends spotted by Strategy& suggest that companies in any industry can gain prominence by choosing the right approach.
- While automakers pour millions into winning the autonomous vehicle race, they run the risk of ignoring the more imminent threats that could sink them before the technology becomes pervasive.
- Last year, startups died at a rate of one per week. When it comes to scaling, the chances of survival are even lower. For further insights, read “The Chrysalis Effect.”July 12, 2016
- Successful startups reach a point when they must shed their early habits and take on just the right amount of managerial maturity. See also “How Startups Can Avoid the Chrysalis Effect."June 1, 2016 by Juliette Powell
- Having applied the logic of physics to predict the life expectancy of biological creatures and cities, Geoffrey West is now searching for the scientific principles that dictate the life spans of companies.November 9, 2015 by Lawrence M. Fisher
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