The financial industry meltdown and subsequent global economic crisis were perhaps the biggest economic disruptors in recent history. While the financial system seems to have stabilized and a number of economies are positioned for growth, the overall economic environment remains highly volatile.
Companies worldwide are scrambling to prepare for growth in an increasingly complex atmosphere. As they seek a trajectory for success in the post-crisis environment, what can organizations do to help them successfully manage uncertainty and complexity and, ultimately, foster growth?
We believe the answer involves decisive actions designed to preempt scarcity, drive cost efficiency through productivity and agility, and target innovative approaches to revenue growth.
To succeed in the post-crisis environment, we recommend business leaders concentrate their actions around three main goals:
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