As Generative AI democratizes adoption, new challenges loom for organizations.
Inflation and wage growth have slowed, but unemployment remains at a record low, making a soft landing possible for the U.S. economy.
"To stay smart in a smart world is not just a question of whether deep neural networks can be made smarter, but also how we can be made smarter. Smart technology needs smart citizens."
In the increasingly politicized environment, leaders face the choice of leaning into politics or having the courage of restraint by limiting engagement. We argue they should choose restraint, for the sake of business and society.
Identifying the guidance from (and gaps in) academic research on business ecosystem strategies for practitioners.
Key takeaways from our annual Meeting of Minds reveal the conditions under which diversity can create or destroy value.
Coming resource constraints threaten the successful business models of today's companies. To find success in a new environment, businesses must find new abundance.
The time to act is now: We predict that the pillars of the global economy will coalesce around nations and cities that deliberately guide policy toward attracting and retaining top talent.
What are business ecosystems, and how can organizations think about their own ecosystem design, governance, and strategy?
Drawing on the insights gleaned from three years of ecosystem research, we offer a step-by-step framework for developing an incumbent company’s ecosystem strategy.
The hype suggests that you do, but business ecosystems are not always the right model for organizing the creation of a product or service. Learn what they are, what sets them apart, and their benefits and drawbacks.
Good governance is essential to the success of both ecosystem orchestrators and their partners. It is essential to put the right rules in place to orchestrate a platform that creates value for all participants - and helps manage risk.
Learn more about how companies can reconcile sustainability and sustainable competitive advantage.
To get beyond the starting line, CEOs need to approach the challenges of sustainability from a strategic and value-creation perspective in terms of both the questions they ask and the answers they seek.
Companies that empower consumers and create a societal surplus can reward shareholders, build sustainability markets, and protect the planet. It’s a win-win-win.
How can companies reconcile the two S-words of business: sustainability and sustainable competitive advantage?