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Boston Consulting Group has invented the office of the future—for itself

It’s the biggest trend in corporate office space, and it’s become something of a cliché: U.S. companies are moving from the traditional warrens of enclosed working areas to big, sunny spaces where managers are in the open at clusters of cubicles or rows of desks. 1,055 more words

Real Estate

Multinationals in Africa are growing revenues but losing market share to local rivals

Whether its Starbucks opening its first coffee store in sub-Saharan Africa next year, or fast-fashion retailer, H&M, opening its first African store in Cape Town… 439 more words


Roselinde Torres, Boston Consulting Groups resident expert on leadership, outlines three simple, but crucial questions we as leaders need to ask ourselves.

To stand out and make impact through modern leadership practices and performance criteria is more important than ever. 102 more words


A conversation with Hans Paul Burkner, President, Boston Consulting Group

Hans Paul Burkner, President of the world’s leading consulting firm shares his views on competitiveness, Vietnam’s economy and entrepreneurs


Investment Trends among High Net-worth Mainland Investors

Mainland China has more than 2 million high net-worth individuals (investable assets of US$1million) in 2015, according to a recent report by the Industrial Bank (China) and the Boston Consulting Group. 660 more words

China Business

(What's Left of) Our Economy: Manufacturing Renaissance, RIP

I’m pleased to announce that the Washington Post has just reported on a major recent finding of mine about America’s supposed manufacturing renaissance: In terms of the supremely important measure of inflation-adjusted output, it never happened. 629 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy