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  • Business Trends 2014: Navigating the next wave of globalization
    What is going on with the global economy? Nine critical trends that will influence your strategic priorities.
  • What’s next for community philanthropy
    A new initiative to think creatively about the future of community philanthropy. The do-it-yourself toolkit includes a series of interactive exercises, essays and games designed to help community philanthropy organizations challenge old assumptions and generate creative new models for the future.
  • Everything you want to know about raising prices but are afraid to ask
    The ability to raise prices is a critical element to surviving – and even thriving – in this economy.
  • Stop reacting to buyer's pricing expectations; Manage them
    Good pricing policies lead customers to think about a purchase as a price-value tradeoff rather than as a game of manipulation to win at your expense.
  • The sharing economy: How much can you earn?
    Embracing the Sharing Economy can increase workforce productivity, corporate acceptance and customer authenticity, while ignoring it may eventually turn those very same customers into competitors.
  • "5D" growth: Sourcing growth outside the rules
    External and internal pressures can lead growth-seeking executives to focus almost entirely on share gain and retention, blinding them to other avenues to organic growth.
  • Beacons for business model innovation
    By using analytic tools that provide better decision-making insights, executives can vastly improve their innovation success rate — and help their business model investments generate bigger returns.
  • Moments of Impact
    Co-authored by Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Chris Ertel, Moments of Impact is a book on a mission: to eradicate time-sucking, energy-depleting workshops and meetings. It’s a helpful guide and personal trainer for managers and leaders who need better strategic conversations — now — to shape the future of their organizations.
  • The three rules in consumer products: Recalibrating the lens
    Shifts in the consumer products (CP) marketplace are driving CP companies to reconceive what it means to be better before cheaper and to pursue revenue before cost.
  • The re-emerging art of funding innovation
    Over the last decade, foundations have begun to lose their appetite for risk and experimentation. But a small number of funders have sought out high-risk, high-reward innovations with the potential to transform our most intractable social challenges. In this Stanford Social Innovation Review cover story, Gabriel Kasper and Justin Marcoux of the Monitor Institute (a part of Deloitte Consulting) explore how funding breakthrough innovation differs from more traditional grantmaking approaches.
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