Corporate downfalls offer a warning about the risks of trading competitive advantages for short-term financial gains.
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Bed Bath & Bankruptcy: Lessons for Senior Leaders
Bed Bath & Beyond’s bankruptcy exposes the perils of focusing on financials at the expense of customer value creation.
International Tax Reform the C-Suite Can't Ignore
New OECD rules will change how businesses are taxed internationally by 2024. Here’s how multinationals should prepare.
Using Black Hat Workshops to Understand Your Competitors
Black hat workshops can help you model your company’s competitive landscape before making the next strategic move.
How Diversity Can Boost Board Effectiveness
The CARE model is a road map for increasing diversity among organizations’ board members and assessing boards’ impact.
Strategizing Across Organizations
Solving big, systemic problems will require organizations to come together to develop strategies as a group.
New Threats to the Subscription Model
Inflation and supply chain disruption are exposing the risks of relying on a subscription model in some markets.
Preparing Your Company for the Next Recession
Leaders should build resilience, local agility, and portfolio agility to prepare for economic uncertainty.
How to Make Your Matrix Organization Really Work
Advice for leaders on successfully designing and implementing a matrix reporting structure in their organizations.
Every Company Needs a Political Strategy Today
Companies must be prepared to respond strategically to state and federal policies that conflict with stakeholder values.