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Leadership that works well for a local organisation will fail in diverse businesses that stretch across the globe, says Professor Anne Lytle.
Professor Edward Buckingham: "The overarching strategy problem for the next generation of businesses is the constant change in what makes for a winning business model."
Professor Michaela Rankin says next-generation business survival depends on more than the assets normally found on a company’s balance sheet.
What does a next-generation management career look like? Associate Professor Jonathan Matheny knows one thing: that nobody knows exactly.
New technologies have changed business investment opportunities completely, says Dr John Vaz.
Dr Gene Bawden: "Businesses lose customers the moment they make life hard for them. No longer can businesses expect a customer to expend great effort."