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22 February, 2017 – Competitive pressure in the global wireless telecommunications industry is increasing, with disruptive competitors emerging from adjacent markets and increasing “price wars” among operators. For telecom operators, this means stagnating profitability along with serious questions about new paths for growth, according to a recent report published by Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business.
The New Year holds one thing for certain: uncertainty. As business leaders find themselves plagued by sluggish growth, increasing geopolitical tension, heightened regulatory scrutiny, and the rapid pace of digital change, 2017 is gearing up to be “the year of the question mark.” How can businesses achieve and sustain growth despite today’s difficult business environment? They must tightly link their growth and cost agendas, freeing up resources to invest into what truly sets them apart.
Airlines should transform their business models and how they sell to customers, according to a recent study by Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business. The study finds three global trends are reshaping the travel sector and threaten to weaken the connection between airlines and their customers.
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"In the news" is a sampling of recent prominent press mentions from news outlets around the world about Strategy& and its studies, ideas, and people.
This article about Strategy&'s new book Strategy That Works
features insights from co-author Paul Leinwand
and Ashley Unwin, UK & EMEA Consulting Leader at PwC.
"A new book, Strategy That Works
, by Paul Leinwand
and Cesare Mainardi, offers a perspective on how companies can create value in the long term, underscoring the importance of culture."
A review of our new book Strategy That Works
says: "Much has been reviewed and written about how to execute ideas, but few tomes have actually turned the research into a story of how human failings and foibles come into play and how they can often be part of a successful effort. Until now."