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Reframing your B2B company as a business-for-business company can boost revenues, customer retention, and worker morale.
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In a business model based on an entrepreneur’s identity, company leaders may need to reassess who they are to respond to disruption.
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Amit Shah, president of 1-800-Flowers, explains why lifelong learners are the best technical talent.
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Leaders need to examine their core beliefs if they want to prosper in a COVID-19 world.
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Companies and leaders must strive to build business models using three key components for growth.
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There are four common misconceptions that leaders often succumb to when thinking about disruptive innovation.
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The world’s unbanked populations represent a compelling social need and a tremendous economic opportunity.
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Swarm systems draw input from individuals and use algorithms to optimize system performance in real time.
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This guide from MIT SMR Connections and AWS takes leaders from strategy to a technology plan.