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.
Political uncertainty is no excuse for paralysis. Grant Thornton’s 2017 Tax Reference Guide helps you plan ahead.
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.
Despite cautious optimism, the energy industry will need to adopt new thinking and policies on the road to recovery.
Customer expectations, innovation and emerging start-ups are driving major shifts in the insurance industry.
Building a strategic sustainability plan can help grow your company, improve profitability and increase ROI over the long term.
House Republican leaders’ failure to pass a health care bill complicates tax reform efforts.
Hotel groups can carve out powerful new identities for the digital world by focusing on new tools and platforms.
Manufacturers aim to get ahead of the supply chain curve by creating new, nimble frameworks for innovation.
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.
Fueled by abundant capital, technology and urbanization, the real estate industry has reasons for optimism.
In order to engage today’s brand-savvy consumers, retailers must create compelling and innovative shopping experiences and products.
To combat today’s many digital threats, organizations must think like a cybercriminal and prepare with cybersecurity 2.0 strategies.
Today's transportation CFOs are wary of potential sales tax changes and adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards.
We surveyed business leaders to find out how they’re embracing change to grow their competitive advantage — ultimately setting their team up for lasting success.
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