Transformation success requires the ability to build commitment, reduce resistance to change, and maintain quality performance.
During these times of disruptive change, private company audit committees must address these top seven issues.
The Trump administration’s tax reform outline aims to slash rates but leaves difficult questions unanswered.
While forecasts for real estate returns are strong, the end of the current development cycle may be on the horizon.
Successfully aligning quality, schedule and cost requires a strong relationship between manufacturer and distributor.
Faced with a fluctuating environment, innovation and technology will play key roles in the E&P industry’s future growth.
Following years of growth, the hedge fund industry faces new competitors, client needs and regulatory requirements.
Building a strategic sustainability plan can help grow your company, improve profitability and increase ROI over the long term.
Industry leaders will pivot from a volume-based to a value-based care model that improves consumer outcomes and shareholder returns.
Hotel groups can carve out powerful new identities for the digital world by focusing on new tools and platforms.
Thanks to advanced technologies and a favorable political environment, US manufacturers are poised for renewed growth.
Responding to seismic industry shifts, nonprofit leaders apply next gen thinking to engagement and philanthropy.
Private equity firms are fueling value creation by balancing outsourcing with in-house expertise.
A new administration calls for creative thinking for the risk-averse federal acquisition process to drive innovation.
Under the new accounting rules, REIT acquisitions are submitted to a screening process to determine whether they qualify as asset acquisitions or business combinations.
In order to engage today’s brand-savvy consumers, retailers must create compelling and innovative shopping experiences and products.
Tech companies must adopt agile business models to respond to increasing change, competition and consumer demands.
Today's transportation CFOs are wary of potential sales tax changes and adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards.
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We surveyed more than 1,000 executives to see how they’re preparing their firms to strive and succeed. Some companies – the leaders – are taking decisive steps to set themselves apart from the rest of the pack.
Find out how they’re embracing change to grow their competitive advantage.
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Increase customer centricity. Strengthen relationships by tracking needs and basing solutions on analytics.
First assignment: Reduce costs. Automate to improve efficiency, and extract vital data for agile decision-making.
Risk is a force to manage and employ, producing returns and growth when a calculated component of strategy.
Take the wheel to guide technology in producing vital information, efficiency and new products or services.
Control your destiny: reimagine, reinvent and reshape your business to empower it to adapt and grow.
Be savvy about 5 customer trends: Exceed expectations to deliver more value and speed.
Don’t wait for technological disruption and populist policy to hit; listen for solutions and strategies.
Read the full report on The Future of Growth and Industry to learn more.
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