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  • 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.
  • Dynamism and discontinuity: Eight trends in the business environment that will shape strategy
    The need for bold strategies to capitalize on the dynamism of our times has never been greater. In this European Business Review article, Deloitte outlines eight trends that are shaping the competitive futures of firms.
  • Dynamic strategy implementation
    A dynamic approach to implementation can help leaders sidestep insidious failures in execution that can doom even the most well-thought-out strategy.
  • Building advantaged capabilities: Missing link between strategy and impact
    An organization’s competitive position is enabled by its ability to perform at a high level in differentiated ways; in short, its strategic success is enabled by distinctive organizational capabilities. The replay of this live webcast features Monitor Deloitte thought leaders as they draw on research and experience to help you identify and build the strategic organizational capabilities you need to become leaders in your industry.
  • GATHER: The art & science of effective convenings
    It has never been more important for leaders to get the most out of precious time spent face-to-face, particularly when there is a complex challenge at stake. Originally created for leaders tackling tough social problems, GATHER presents clear principles and hands-on guidance that can be applied in any setting where many perspectives are needed to make headway on a shared issue such as innovating new approaches, developing foresight, influencing beliefs, or aligning stakeholders.
  • Digital marketing and the mind of the CMO
    As adoption of digital media and devices surges, companies are investing billions of dollars in digital marketing. The rising importance of digital media, marketing, and commerce is elevating the importance of the chief marketing officer (CMO) as strategist, innovator, and buyer of advisory services and technology.
  • Innovation: A chimera no more
    Innovation is celebrated far and wide, but the lack of a shared, accurate definition has undermined our collective ability to manage it effectively. The implications are anything but academic. Companies that treat an attack based on differentiation as if it were breaking important trade-offs may overreact, but mistake a true innovator for the merely different and the pain can last for decades.
  • Social business report: Shifting out of first gear
    Explore the findings of the second annual global study, conducted in collaboration with MIT Sloan Management Review, to gain fresh insight into the social business landscape today and discover how some businesses are reaping value.
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