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McKinsey & Company: An incumbent’s guide to digital disruption

Incumbents needn’t be victims of disruption if they recognize the crucial thresholds in their life cycle, and act in time.

A decade ago, Norwegian media group… 789 more words

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Can Technology Solve Resource Scarcity?

Recent and rapid advancements in technology, including new batteries for storing solar energy and new nuclear reactor designs, have changed the notion of traditional environmentalism. 419 more words


Not that sure McKinsey & Company: Transforming life insurance with #designthinking

Transforming life insurance with design thinking

First published at McKinsey & Company

Authors: Markus Berger-de Leon, Jochen Kühn, Ildiko Ring, and Maximilian Straub

Better addressing the evolving needs of consumers can help incumbents win their loyalty—and protect against new competitors. 538 more words

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McKinsey & Company Capture and analyze social-media conversations to improve offerings and margins

First published at Using buzz analytics to gain a product and marketing edge | McKinsey & Company

About the author(s): Dave Fedewa is an expert principal in McKinsey’s Atlanta office, where Guillermo Lopez Velarde is a senior expert and Brian O’Neill is an associate principal. 486 more words

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McKinsey & Company: The ‘how’ of transformation after the way and what

Orignall posted here The ‘how’ of transformation

Authors: Michael Bucy, Adrian Finlayson, Greg Kelly, and Chris Moye

In the consumer sector and in many other industries, transformation programs often fail.Creating a “performance infrastructure” can help ensure that yours won’t. 611 more words

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Yedlin: Fort Mac devastation resonates outside Alberta

As Premier Rachel Notley woke up Thursday morning, one year after her surprising election victory, she must have wondered whom she has wronged.

The 12 months her rookie government has endured calls to mind a 1992 speech by Queen Elizabeth II, who referred to the year as ‘Annus Horribilis’ — Latin for horrible year. 863 more words