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The future of subscriptions

Last week Spotify filed for listing. The world’s largest music streaming business is looking to IPO which is likely not only to increase the profile of the business but also heighten scrutiny of its business model. 818 more words


Why boards fail to address risk

Does your board spend as long debating risk as it does strategy? Both are estimates of opportunity and threat in an unknown future environment. Both require sound judgement and a keen appreciation of where the organisation is headed, yet there is ample evidence that many boards see risk only through the lens of business continuity, control rather than uncertainty. 579 more words

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The pricing dilemma - premium or luxury?

How do you set price for a high-quality offering? At this end of the product/service spectrum understanding unstated customer need is critical.  Pricing sends a clear message of quality but how do you differentiate between premium and luxury pricing? 979 more words

Marketing And Sales

Smartphone innovation: the invisible superpower

This blog post is featured on Deloitte Australia’s blog in conjunction with the launch of Deloitte’s Global TMT Predictions 2018.

As covered in our Global  885 more words


going back up?

As far as US stock are concerned, I don’t know.

As/when the correction is over, however, it’s very important to look for signs of a leadership change.  37 more words

Portfolio Management

The Times They Are A Changing and Firms Need Better Strategies to Cope

Markets are being disrupted by new technology and this is creating a new VUCA world – Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous. Some commentators believe we are just at the start of the fourth industrial revolution. 119 more words

Managing Change

Five key lessons for boards from the Carillion collapse

The sudden collapse of a business like Carillion has raised questions about financial reporting controls, auditor vigilance and exactly who should have acted sooner. The government is embarrassed by exposure to public infrastructure projects across several departments, while many smaller sub contractors will never be paid for work they’ve done. 627 more words

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