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Leading in a Complex World

March 2014
The CEO discusses how the agricultural-equipment supplier has reduced the number of brands from 26 to 4 and empowered local managers to run their businesses with relative freedom.
March 2014
Despite its diverse business portfolio and broad geographic footprint, the natural-resources company is run simply. Strong executives must be given the room and authority to win, the executive director tells BCG.
March 2014
Tried-and-true management practices matter more than ever, explains the group executive director of the bank’s Asia-Pacific region. He emphasizes strong leadership and shared objectives, consistent and simple communication, and a relentless focus on business fundamentals.
March 2014
The cosmetics company is unleashing the potential of its people, connecting to the sales force and customers through social media and technology, and becoming more adaptive and experimental.

Digital Business

November 2013
Rather than preside over the decline of a media empire that had been in his family for four generations, the Chairman of the Daily Mail and General Trust oversaw its reinvention.
August 2013
At The Economist’s Information Forum, BCG’s Ralf Dreischmeier took part in a discussion on what companies are doing to leverage the power of big data.
August 2013
The Economist’s U.S. technology correspondent Martin Giles speaks with BCG’s John Rose about how organizations can earn the right to access and use consumer data.
May 2012
To succeed in China’s burgeoning online market, companies must understand how people experience the Internet in their daily lives.
April 2012
PepsiCo’s chief marketing officer shares his thoughts on selling to emerging markets, building global brands, and the changing face of consumer marketing.
Public/Social Sector
November 2013
The Nobel Laureate, founder of Grameen Bank, and chairman of Yunus Social Business explores how sustainable social businesses can benefit society and, surprisingly, the corporate sector.
June 2013
The executive director of the World Food Programme talks about the challenges and opportunities the organization faces in the evolving fight against hunger.
July 2012
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings offers her thoughts on where education is today—and where it needs to be tomorrow.