- Brand manufacturers and retailers will have to work together in response to long-lasting shifts in consumer behavior produced by COVID-19.
- In his new book, journalist and historian Marc Levinson describes the limits of long supply chains and the ways in which new trade routes are forming.August 11, 2020 by Mike Jakeman
- Business ventures that go beyond emissions reductions to actually remove existing carbon and other pollutants from the environment could be good for both the planet and profits.June 11, 2020 by RP Siegel
- How Bhaskar Bhat turned an Indian watchmaking startup into a lifestyle giant.January 22, 2020 by Suvarchala Narayanan
- The company’s Central and South America unit transformed itself after implementing a more nimble approach that stoked innovation and increased employees’ free time.
- A case study shows how a small business arm can deliver real value and innovation to a multinational.October 23, 2019 by Matt Palmquist
- How one of the biggest companies you’ve never heard of may create the future of manufacturing.June 11, 2019 by Richard D’Aveni
- Tuck School of Business professor Richard D’Aveni proposes a technology-driven vision of manufacturing dominance.February 1, 2019 by Theodore Kinni
- The interlinked platforms that make up Industry 4.0 represent a new kind of challenge for manufacturers and other technology-intensive companies. With four key business ecosystems, they can make this new world their own.
- Cutting-edge technology gives a glimpse into the future of how things will get made, and what manufacturers must do to stay relevant.
- A growing number of innovative companies is capturing CO2 and using it to create materials and products for human consumption.May 7, 2018 by RP Siegel
- Capital expenditures are an overlooked lever for helping companies boost cash flows — and ultimately shareholder returns.
- Thanks to automation and reshoring, being a frontier nation is even harder than it used to be. See also “Myanmar’s Challenging Pathway to Growth – in Pictures.”
- Myanmar’s emergence on the global stage will not follow the same trajectory as other frontier nations. For further insights, read “Myanmar’s Halting Economic Steps onto the Global Stage.”December 11, 2017
- Not-So-Great ExpectationsNovember 7, 2017 by Ryan Avent
- The disciplines that enable restructuring of established companies are also essential levers for helping deals succeed.
- Discoveries surrounding a new class of impossibly small and improbably powerful compounds could reshape the materials industry — and the world around us.July 26, 2017 by Jeffrey Rothfeder
- Encouraging a small number of actions can help an organization achieve its strategic and operational objectives.May 22, 2017 by Kristy Hull
- If machines and software are going to take over the jobs of humans, we may need them to fund our society.March 2, 2017 by Daniel Gross
- The persistence of shortages in a range of industries indicates the market is far from efficient.February 7, 2017 by Daniel Gross
- Companies can increase profits in a low-growth environment by focusing on the right combination of segments.
- Although manufacturers can derive some short-term benefits from unauthorized retailers, outright bootlegging is harmful to profits and reputation.January 12, 2017 by Matt Palmquist
- The trend of manufacturers replacing human labor with machines isn’t restricted to the West.November 30, 2016 by Daniel Gross
- As they adapt to the shifting geography of sales and technological disruption, the companies that provide auto parts, components, and systems must reevaluate their product portfolios.
- The world’s largest innovators are shifting the focus of their R&D investments from products to programming. See also “How Non-Tech Companies Are Joining the Software Revolution — in Pictures."
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