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  • Bias busters: Knowing when to kill a project

    Bias busters: Knowing when to kill a project

    You’re keen on encouraging innovation and letting a thousand flowers bloom, but how do you sort the weeds from the seeds?

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  • Packaging solutions: Poised to take off?

    Packaging solutions: Poised to take off?

    Major trends are reshaping packaging solutions—and that could open new opportunities for players that are prepared to move fast.

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  • Forced boil-off gas: The future of LNG as a fuel for LNG carriers

    Forced boil-off gas: The future of LNG as a fuel for LNG carriers

    New limitations on sulphur emissions will require ship operators to consider alternative fuels. As a result, the use of forced boil-off liquefied natural gas is likely to increase.

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  • Transforming safety culture: Insights from the trenches at a leading oil and gas company

    Transforming safety culture: Insights from the trenches at a leading oil and gas company

    Total’s Bernadette Spinoy details how safety was embedded into the organization’s DNA.

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  • Lessons from leaders in Latin America’s retail banking market

    Lessons from leaders in Latin America’s retail banking market

    A look at how leading banks outperform in the world’s fastest-growing banking market.

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  • How governments in emerging economies can help boost and sustain growth

    How governments in emerging economies can help boost and sustain growth

    McKinsey researchers find a new generation of outperforming nations, from the South China Sea to the Horn of Africa, which are leaving poverty behind, writes Jeongmin Seong in The Mandarin.

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  • Five Fifty: Call your broker

    Five Fifty: Call your broker

    Fed up with turf wars, silos, and other company dysfunctions? Energize the “brokers” who knit together your organization’s formal and informal networks.

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  • Global downstream outlook to 2035

    Global downstream outlook to 2035

    Perspective on global refining markets and projections to 2035.

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  • The transformation office: Key success factors

    The transformation office: Key success factors

    A great transformation office is like a winning coach who pushes and encourages everyone to reach their goals.

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  • Automation at scale: The benefits for payers

    Automation at scale: The benefits for payers

    Process automation at scale is now feasible for most payers. When coupled with other next-generation digital tools, we estimate that it may enable many payers to reduce operational costs by up to...

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  • Growth dynamics in industrial robotics

    Growth dynamics in industrial robotics

    In-depth research and a new qualitative survey suggest what’s shaping the global industrial-robotics space and how OEMs and systems integrators can help unleash the potential.

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  • Will automation improve work for women - or make it worse?

    Will automation improve work for women - or make it worse?

    Women will need to make far more significant transitions compared to men and may find it more difficult to capture new opportunities because of the persistent barriers they face, write Anu...

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  • Asia’s future is now

    Asia’s future is now

    Asia is on track to top 50 percent of global GDP by 2040 and drive 40 percent of the world’s consumption, representing a real shift in the world’s center of gravity.

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  • The next big thing? Quantum computing’s potential impact on chemicals

    The next big thing? Quantum computing’s potential impact on chemicals

    The chemical industry is poised to be an early beneficiary of the vastly expanded modeling and computational capabilities of quantum computing. Companies must act now to capture the benefits.

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  • The elements of success: A conversation with Jon Garcia and Wesley Walden

    The elements of success: A conversation with Jon Garcia and Wesley Walden

    Before embarking on a transformation journey, a company must have five prerequisites in place.

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  • Unlocking the full potential of city revenues

    Unlocking the full potential of city revenues

    A disciplined approach to revenue development has been shown to increase potential additional revenues by 50 percent.

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  • Repeat performance: The continuing case for programmatic M&A

    Repeat performance: The continuing case for programmatic M&A

    New research confirms that companies that regularly and systematically pursue moderately sized M&A deliver better shareholder returns than companies that don’t.

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  • Have we reached peak integration between China and the world?

    Have we reached peak integration between China and the world?

    Amid trade tensions and rising protectionism in many countries, we appear to be at a turning point, write Jonathan Woetzel, Joe Ngai, and Jeongmin Seong in World Economic Forum Blog.

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  • Inside dynamics of a changing relationship

    Inside dynamics of a changing relationship

    The relationship between China and the world is changing, and a key choice lies ahead: more engagement or less, write Jonathan Woetzel and Nick Leung in China Daily.

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  • From promise to delivery: Overcoming the strategy problem in the public sector

    From promise to delivery: Overcoming the strategy problem in the public sector

    To deliver better strategies and outcomes, governments need to tackle social dynamics in the cabinet room.

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