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Uncover the hidden levers of power

Strategy+business launches a brand-new immersive all-digital experience featuring quick-hit summaries, interactive data, and visual storytelling designed to inform and inspire action.

This month’s issue of s+b explores how harnessing trust, dynamically allocating resources, and striving for strategic coherence can create value in uncertain times.
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Solving the puzzle of data protection

In the debut episode of s+b’s Take on Tomorrow podcast, Apple’s chief privacy officer and PwC’s head of cybersecurity discuss the challenges leaders face in dealing with the clashing demands surrounding personal data.

In defense of “quiet working”

It’s certainly not as catchy as “quiet quitting,” the buzz phrase of recent months. But not everyone is disengaged from their jobs.
Cover of October 2022 digital issue of strategy+business
Introducing s+b’s digital issue, your new go-to source for the freshest insights in business. In the premiere issue:
Uncover the hidden levers of power
For October, the s+b team looks at three road-tested, data-backed performance enablers that too many leaders overlook in the chase for short-term solutions.
New PwC research shows that customer trust is tightly linked with corporate performance. Plus: Take a trust diagnostic.
PwC data analysis reveals that frequent and dynamic resource allocation can boost profit margins by up to 5 percentage points.
 
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The other Machiavelli

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The new work–life balance

The phrase seems increasingly outdated, given how much our work and our lives are now intertwined. It’s time for a new framework.
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Electric planes take off

The potential for short-haul electric flight is energizing aviation’s newest startups.