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Venkat Sumantran et al.
The transportation industry faces fundamental disruption as vehicle ownership yields to on-demand mobility.
Donald Sull et al.
How can leaders translate strategic complexity into simple and flexible guidelines that get results?
Tim Youmans and Brian Tomlinson
Companies should be more forthcoming about long-term value-creation strategies when communicating with investors.
Strategic priorities are most effective when they meet a specific set of criteria. Our interactive tool lets you assess real-world strategic priorities of actual companies and compare your conclusions to the authors’ assessments.
Gerald C. Kane
Understanding the characteristics of a winning digital strategy is the key to developing one.
Digitization alone doesn’t make your company “digital” — but these five guiding principles can help.
Companies focusing on technology are missing a key driver of digital transformation: talent.
Martin Reeves et al.
Innovation, much like marketing and human resources, can be made less reliant on artful intuition by using information in new ways. But this requires a change in perspective: We need to view innovation not as the product of luck or extraordinary vision but as the result of a deliberate search process.
Anders Richtnér et al.
Finding the right metrics to track innovation is by no means straightforward. To steer clear of common mistakes, executives need a holistic perspective on their company’s innovation process.
Developing new capabilities is the key to platform innovation that adds value to an organization.
Jonathan A. Knee
Why Airbnb will always be a better business than Uber.
Richard Schmalensee and David S. Evans, interviewed by Martha E. Mangelsdorf
There’s probably never been a better time for platform businesses. But they aren’t easy to launch.
Geoffrey Parker et al.
Platforms are rapidly becoming an essential part of doing business.
Rafael Ramírez et al.
A new approach to scenario planning can help companies reframe their long-term strategies.
R. Edward Freeman and Bidhan (Bobby) Parmar
Disrupting the status quo is often valuable, but taken too far, it can lead to ethical crises.
Donald Sull and Stefano Turconi
Financial reports provide critical insights into a company’s strategy — if you know where to look.
Performance topology maps offer managers a signpost pointing toward smarter strategies.
Li Ma et al.
Chinese companies are increasingly investing overseas — and bring a different negotiating style.
Asher Devang et al.
Many Asian startups are competing on business model innovation and new technology rather than cost.
Ram Mudambi et al.
Some multinationals have a winning India strategy that involves both local and global value chains.
June 13, 2017 | Paolo Aversa, Stefan Haefliger, and Danielle Giuliana Reza
Many companies today are operating several business models at once. But despite the potential that business model diversification has for generating growth and profit, executives need to carefully assess the strategic contributions of each element of their business model portfolio.