The world faces social, political, and economic turmoil on an unprecedented scalealong with unsettling levels of turbulence and volatility Market leadership today is less of a predictor of leadership tomorrow Therefore, senior executives today must strive to own the future In Own the Future, The Boston Consulting Group, one of the worlds most prestigious and innovative management consulting firms, offers a roadmap Drawing on the firms experience advising organizations on how to achieve and sustain competitive advantage, this book offers 50 ideas to help readers chart their organizations path to future leadership The articles are organized along ten attributes critical to success in the current environmentadaptive, global, connected, sustainable, customer first, fit to win, value driven, trusted, bold, and inspiring The future may be unknowable, but The Boston Consulting Group offers insights from its 50 years of practice on how readers can position their organization to winto change the game and to own the future....
|Title||:||Own the Future: 50 Ways to Win from The Boston Consulting Group|
|Publisher||:||Wiley 1 edition April 15, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
|File Size||:||879 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Own the Future: 50 Ways to Win from The Boston Consulting Group Reviews
This book is like consultants, talk a lot and do not define anything. This book is a good reference catalog or services made BCG. No recommendations or suggestions are actual things that have to be done.
An unabashed rehash. almost nothing new here and much of it is dated. hardly worth the time it takes to flip thru it!
Easy to open and get some value right away because it is a series of articles. You don't need to read from cover to cover.
This new compilation from the Boston Consulting Group is chock full of invaluable information and insights. Grouped into 10 sections corresponding to 10 attributes of top companies and executives, the book really is as described: a "road map" to successfully navigating the complex and competitive world we live in. The contributors don't pull their punches; they tell it like it is: a dog eat dog world where some will win, some will lose, and others will merely get by. This book is for those who want to win.
I work for a fortune 500 company and they (BCG) were hired to analyze the business & give suggestions which resulted in many people being laid off, jobs being multi tasked and changes to the organization which have been detrimental to the workers and end user. Maybe their ideas work theoretically but their changes hurt many people and clients of the company.