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    Examine the complex forces driving the future of manufacturing and many of the structural changes reshaping the global economy.
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    Explore a framework that can help executives maximize upside potential and minimize the investment required for major change initiatives.
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    Joining forces with another company to break into a new market may be one of the most challenging — and rewarding — forms of deal-making.
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    Learn how environmental issues are impacting business operations and entity valuation, and how companies can align their strategic decision making.
  • Three keys to M&A effectiveness for aerospace and defense (A&D) executives
    A variety of factors – including pent-up demand and available capital – suggest that the recent uptick M&A activity is the beginning of a boom for the A&D industry.
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    Multinational companies can use shifting populations to their advantage by allowing abundance in one location to offset scarcity in another.
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    Internationalization is starting to give way to true globalization as organizations search for new markets, resources, talent pools and cost advantages.
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