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This is a time like no other for bold, ambitious leadership in #climateaction. The imperative to act is high; it's the right thing to do societally and for #leaders who want to keep their businesses strong, #sustainable, and growing in the years ahead @WEF on.bcg.com/3rE7Ulk
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#AI can be a game changer for companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. By delivering deep insights into the company's carbon footprint as well as quick cost-cutting wins, it can accelerate sustainable transformation and reduce expenses. on.bcg.com/34DKGEk
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Why do companies form #alliances? Acquiring know-how, distribution, and scale. But the #innovation power of alliances is increasingly becoming a key motivation—devoting to hot #tech topics like mobility, big data, AI, block chain, and IOT. on.bcg.com/3nllUiz
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Business relations and meetings, incentives, conferencing, and exhibitions (MICE) #travel are expected to decline between 10% and 25% permanently. Legacy #airlines must adapt capacity by eliminating routes or frequencies, and/or raising prices. on.bcg.com/3IYw8ia
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After nearly two years of pandemic-fueled uncertainty, transparent communication at work has never been more critical. @brianpelliott and @BCG's Debbie Lovich share insights in @FastCompany on how transparency improves culture and retention. fastcompany.com/90711332/the…
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We live in an era of cognitive over­load. Cell phones, messaging software, and multitasking regularly compete for our attention. BCG Senior Advisor Mickey McManus joins The So What #podcast to offer tips to regain control of our cognition. Listen now 🎧 on.bcg.com/3GOAozg
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2020 accelerated many capabilities that improved the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry's performance. Despite #supplychain struggles, #laborshortages, and constrained transportation capacity, CPG companies continued to serve retailers and consumers. on.bcg.com/3KpTUEq
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While #COP26 in Glasgow achieved meaningful steps in progressing central provisions of the Paris Agreement, significant gaps remain. This report guides CEOs in how to be early-movers seizing significant advantage. #WEF on.bcg.com/3qqQvxc
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Perhaps no previous technology has generated as much enthusiasm with as little certainty around how it will ultimately be fabricated than quantum computing. Tech providers, end users, and investors must determine how they want to play and get ready. on.bcg.com/3HEKRxu
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When gauging Asia-Pacific's growing renewables opportunities, what should companies and investors do to understand specific challenges and success factors? Apply two lenses: examining the quality of play, and analyzing investability. on.bcg.com/3n8ioYO
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For companies to go beyond great is hard no matter the industry—but is the juice worth the squeeze? The Beyond Great Index explores this idea with nine strategies that help companies contend with today’s complex forces. on.bcg.com/3ncyoJE
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Despite rising global #inequality, there are signs that opportunity inequality has improved. Inequality in education and life expectancy based on income has declined, and access to drinking water, electricity, and basic sanitation services has improved. on.bcg.com/33AtMpI
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The policy process is conceptualized as a cycle with five stages. By sensing patterns, forecasting, and enabling automation, #AI tools can enable understanding and integration and help policymakers generate more value and impact. on.bcg.com/33lW46V
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In 2022, CEOs will continue to address economic uncertainties and tectonic shifts in the #business landscape. We asked BCG experts to set the agenda to help CEOs address these economic challenges. Here's what they had to say: on.bcg.com/3rgdRVK
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COVID-19 isn’t the only factor driving digital transformation globally. The pressure to innovate and cut costs are motivating businesses to embrace digital more than ever. on.bcg.com/3I6yydn
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The #supplychains of eight global industries account for more than 50% of emissions. Amid growing pressure for consumer companies to lower their scope-3 emissions, a net-zero supply chain can generate greater climate impact. Via @TIME. on.bcg.com/3ns5tB4
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Our evolving view on the spending recovery categorizes subsectors in six growth-trajectory archetypes: mountain, forward buying, upshift, valley, pent-up demand, downshift. Lasting consumer trends will affect the recovery timelines for each category: on.bcg.com/3r6OJRe
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How can companies reduce waste and pollution? Managing Director and Partner, Shalini Unnikrishnan, emphasizes that we need technological innovation as well as changes in how companies produce and how we consume products. @FortuneMagazine on.bcg.com/3rvW50E
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How do insurers achieve their returns on tangible equity? Three-fifths of insurers in our sample with significant P&C revenues got roughly half of their returns on tangible equity from investments between 2016 and 2020―a time when yields were declining. on.bcg.com/3eRqmRR
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How does a product become part of a #consumer's identity? Here's how @Starbucks leveraged both people and technology to set the standard for delivering personalized customer experiences. on.bcg.com/31J6KML
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