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Liberating structures: innovating by including and unleashing everyone

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Organizations are complex systems where all the parts interact and affect each other’s behaviors. Changing the pattern of these interactions can bring in the best solutions for issues confronting organizations. Liberating structures (LS) is all about the effectiveness of a bottom-up approach.

Publication date: 2010-03

Development of a finance function strategy for a global player

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This case study draws a detailed picture of the crucial role of today’s CFO in shaping the future of a global company amid increasing challenges. It also delves into the various strategies, proactive measures and follow-up actions that will eventually make the finance function successful.

Publication date: 2010-03

Customer retention

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This case study highlights the importance of the proper management of customer lapse rates in the life insurance market. It describes how a well-equipped professional team succeeded in addressing the alarming situation that threatened the growth of the life insurance wing of an Australian bank.

Publication date: 2010-03

Empowering Europe’s future: a future-oriented approach to exploiting clusters as drivers of innovation and growth

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Innovation is a key driver of profitable growth. Clusters provide important sources of future innovation. SMEs, as key drivers of Europe’s growth, often do not know how to benefit from clusters. Read on to learn more about how to empower Europe’s future by exploiting SMEs as the key source of innovation.

Publication date: 2009-07

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