Strategy That Works: A practical roadmap to success
"Strategy That Works" co-author, Paul Leinwand, brings to life some key concepts from the book, explaining how companies like Haier, CEMEX, and Adidas have succeeded over time. watch video >
Strategy That Works
Our new book, published by Harvard Business Review Press, reveals five practices for closing the strategy-to-execution gap used by today’s winning companies. find out more >
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Airlines need to change how they market and sell to customers
11-15-16
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. read more >
Technology leaders are redefining the meaning of value, according to the 2016 Global ICT 50 ranking of companies
11-13-16
In the enterprise tech sector, boundaries are blurring. It’s no longer simple to differentiate between hardware, software, services and telecom because companies are evolving across lines in order to expand their markets and enterprise customer base. In its annual Global ICT 50 study, Strategy& – PwC’s strategy consulting business – highlights that winning companies today define themselves by the unique strategic value they provide to their customers. read more >
Companies shifting more R&D spending away from physical products to software and services: 2016 Global Innovation 1000 Study
10-25-16
By 2020, companies will have shifted the majority of their R&D spending away from product-based offerings to software and service offerings, according to the 2016 Global Innovation 1000 Study from Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business. The need to stay competitive is the top reason why companies cited a shift in their R&D budgets towards software and services, and for good reason – according to the study, companies who reported faster revenue growth relative to key competitors allocated 25 percentmore of their R&D budgets to software offerings than companies who reported slower revenue growth. read more >


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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 see all >

Five Acts That Help Leaders Bring Their Strategies To Life
3-23-16
Forbes
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.read full article on forbes.com >
5 Steps To Closing The Gap Between Strategy And Execution
3-20-16
Forbes
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."read full article on forbes.com >
To improve hiring, understand your culture
3-20-16
The Economist
"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."read full article on economist.com >