The insurance industry is undergoing fundamental transformation. Several disruptive factors have given rise to new players with disruptive business models. This short video by Strategy& looks at how insurance players should react to this major shift.
For your organization to be successful, you need both a winning strategy and the ability to execute it. Strategy alone won’t lead to success. Many organizations are struggling with this problem. So, how do you bridge the gap between strategy and execution?
The steel industry has been confronted with dramatic changes over the last few years and is facing several disruptive factors in the future. This short video by PwC’s Strategy& looks at main industry trends and how steel executives should approach them — outlining winning ways to play of the future and what it takes to excel at those.
Growth is essential for the success of any business. But many organizations find themselves chasing growth across the board without the fundamental advantage they need to win. How do you create an engine of growth that will power your business in the long term?
Several future trends are colliding or combining to create significant change for the chemicals industry, and many of the established players are becoming increasingly aware that tomorrow's industry will look very different from how it does today.
For capabilities to deploy their full potential they need to work in a system. Such a self-reinforcing system of capabilities is stronger than the sum of its parts and it is almost impossible for competitors to copy.
This video captures our philosophy and research on how companies create and capture value over time through capabilities coherence—that is, the mutually reinforcing alignment of a deliberate way to play, a supportive capabilities system, and a relevant portfolio of products and services.
Strategy& partners Gerald Adolph, coauthor of Merge Ahead: Mastering the Five Enduring Trends of Artful M&A and Paul Leinwand, coauthor of “The Coherence Premium” and The Essential Advantage, discuss the role of capabilities in M&A and explain why a capabilities-driven M&A strategy produces more successful companies.
Cesare Mainardi, coauthor of The Essential Advantage, and Ken Favaro, coauthor of The Three Tensions, in conversation with Tom Stewart, discuss the four growth avenues that companies can pursue and explain why a capabilities-driven growth strategy leads to sustainable competitive advantage.