∗ Current mergers and acquisitions activity will continue unabated well into the 21st century
∗ Flashy internet start–ups cannot threaten our core activities built up over years of careful planning, research, branding and marketing
∗ Our sheer size will protect us from the unpredictability of the next few years
∗ We will manage our customers; they will not manage us
∗ The government will always have the best interests of big business at heart
∗ A long–term focus is the key to success
∗ We do not see the value of outsourcing
∗ Just because we are big, it doesn′t mean we cannot move quickly
then you and your company may be in very serious trouble. Read Robert Baldock′s survival guide for giants, before it′s too late. "An intriguling perspective on the ′current future′ of global business that few of today′s giant corporations can afford to ignore". Dr Paul Taffinder, author of the acclaimed Big Change; winner of the 1999 MCA Business Management book of the year.
The Threat to the Giants.
The Cube Route to Survival.
Dimension One –
Dimension Two –
The Customer as Dictator.
Dimension Three –
Stop Doing Everything.
The Journeys Ahead.
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