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This edition of the report reviews topics including consumer confidence, employment, and housing formation, housing starts, and prices.
Walter Pesenti writes about how asset-intensive industries are applying dynamic capabilities in conjunction with the implementation of business fundamentals via "Operational Excellence."
Jeffrey Cramer writes about the need for an insider trading statute and legislation defining political corruption.
Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss writes about price differential between oil and LNG, collaboration among supply chain stakeholders, reducing risks and costs, and supply reliability.
David Kennedy and Larry Tedesco write about royalty rates, FRAND licence negotiations, and returns for owners of standard-essential patents.
Tony Moroney writes about how lenders may adopt new technology in different parts of the world, and how it may be applied to the UK mortgage market.
William Marquardt and David Holley write about the ISO draft standard on anti-bribery management systems and the viability of an independent compliance program certification process.
Phil Rowley writes about technology and innovation, unbundling and rebundling of industries and services, and customer engagement.
Keith Jelinek, Rich Vitaro, and Rick Maicki write about disruptive changes, the rise of online retail, communication with consumers, and the traditional retail model.
The findings provide a snapshot of cybersecurity practices across leading global organizations.
Laura Tyson discusses the trend of falling or stagnating incomes for the majority of households in the United States.
Conclusiones del Estudio Comparativo de los Niveles de Madurez en Ciberseguridad de BRG.
The 11th edition of William Kerr's book on damage claims and theories in intellectual property litigation has been released. Cleve Tyler contributed an appendix chapter.
William Marquardt and David Holley comment on the ISO's recent draft standard on anti-bribery management systems.
David Lewin co-edited this book, which discusses project design, new technologies for innovating data collection and data sources, and best practice in data analysis.
Ruthann Russo writes about acupuncture's role in healthcare during and after the post-Affordable Care Act era.
Deepa Sundararaman and Kevin Christensen write about IP rights in the global economy, multinational business operations, and patent litigants and national patent laws.
David Teece writes about building dynamic capabilities in public universities, revenue, and staying true to educational missions.
Michael Dansky and Bradford Kullberg break down the sell-versus-license dilemma that patent owners regularly face.
BRG's 2016 Holiday Retail Outlook report presents the findings of an online survey of U.S. adult shoppers.
Carl Sheeler writes about credentialed business valuation professionals and the importance of governance, relationships, risks, and knowledge.
David Teece provides an introduction to a special issue on dynamic capabilities.
David Teece writes about transformation, organizational agility, and uncertainty and strategy in the innovation economy.
Andrew Agwunobi and Paul Osborne write about dynamic capabilities and competitive advantage in today's hospital healthcare environment.
Ruthann Russo writes about implementation of evidence-based integrative health skills groups matched to employee chronic conditions with employees of a Fortune 100 firm.