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The Most Innovative Companies 2018 – BCG

Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Samsung top the list of the world’s 50 most innovative companies, according to a survey by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) of over 1,000 senior innovation leaders from a wide variety of countries and industries. The findings of the survey are detailed in a report, titled The Most Innovative Companies …
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A CEO’s Guide to Leading Digital Transformation – BCG

The success of a transformation depends on an organization’s leaders, especially the CEO. In digital transformations, the CEO is even more critical because of the magnitude of change, the degree of disruption, and the power of inertia. Digital transformation requires new ways of working, not just new technology. The scarcest resource at many companies is …
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The Most Innovative Companies 2016 – BCG

Apple, Google, Tesla, and Microsoft retain the top four spots in The Boston Consulting Group’s annual survey of the most innovative companies. Amazon moves up four spots to round out the top five. Netflix and Facebook join the top 10 for the first time, moving up 15 and 19 spots respectively. This year’s list is …
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The 50 Most Innovative Companies 2015

Apple has been ranked as the most innovative company in the world by the Boston Consulting Group. Google and Tesla Motors follow up in second and third place, respectively. Five of the top ten companies in 2015 are nontech companies (although one, Tesla Motors, bridges a couple of sectors)—the same number as in our first survey ten years ago. On the …
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Innovation in 2014 – The Boston Consulting Group

Three-quarters of the 1,500 global senior innovation executives we surveyed in 2014 reported that innovation is among the top three priorities for their companies. And 61 percent indicated that they are spending more on innovation this year than in 2013. While these numbers are largely consistent with those for 2013, important differences emerge when we …
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Decoding Global Talent

The Boston Consulting Group jointly with The Network, has just conducted a research on today’s global workforce. This publication is based on more than 200,000 replies to an online survey containing 33 questions, of which 13 addressed demographic factors like age, work experience, gender, education, industry, salary, and occupation—questions that can be filtered and combined …
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