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Leading Digital Transformation and Innovation Programme Director, Nathan Furr, on how “a hybrid business model is about combining different components of your business model in a new way that helps you learn and leap into a digital future."
ICGI's latest report “Directing Digitalisation: Guidelines for Boards and Executives” helps Directors and Executives reflect and find their own way in the digital journey and provides 11 recommendations. By Professor Ludo Van der Heyden, co-director of the International Directors Programme and Value Creation for Owners and Directors, and Liri Andersson.
A century past its formulation as a treatment for neurosis, psychoanalysis has become popular again as a method for explaining all kinds of social torments.
Surprisingly few company founders take the time to plan ahead when handing over the reins to the next generation. Here’s why it’s worth the trouble.