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The Disruptive Issue II

consider this: Most experts agree that the speed of change that we are experiencing today is actually the slowest it will be in our lifetime. Obviously, organizations of all shapes and sizes are feeling the effects. And yet, in a recent EY study, only 50 per cent of global CEOs said they

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