With traditional business models undergoing a complete revolution, what does leadership in consumer and retail look like?
The Consumer Goods and Retail sectors have been a major driving force in the Swedish economy. Despite being a relatively small country, Sweden has managed to produce many companies with a global presence and leading role in this sector. From Electrolux to H&M and IKEA, to name a few, Sweden has established a significant footprint on the international scene, and with a continuously trend-seeking, innovative and competitive mind-set its vibrant business landscape continues to produce new contenders.
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In Search of the New Champions
How can established retailers join the dots between traditional and evolving transactional forms and
create a win-win for all? It seems like a simple enough question. The starting hypothesis seems simple, too:
traditional business functions in isolation can no longer satisfy customer needs. Yet finding the answers is
no easy matter.
How Boards Can Safeguard Digital Assets Today For Success Tomorrow
Cyber continues to dominate headlines - and rightly so. Not only is the topic wide-ranging, but cyber attacks are mushrooming daily, unconstrained by geographic or sectoral borders. Like so many of today’s business issues, human decision-making and behavior lie at the heart of the problem. How can companies develop digital offerings without inviting the real threat of cyber risks?