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Boston Consulting Group publishes strategy book for building sustainable business advantage in challenging post-COVID era

Riyadh: According to a new book by three veteran Boston Consulting Group (BCG) senior partners, unprecedented instability and uncertainty are scrambling the traditional playbook that companies have used to compete and succeed in the past 50 years, and a wholesale reimagining is required for sustainable success. Based on firsthand research into more than 50 major global companies, the book, titled BEYOND GREAT: Nine Strategies for Thriving in an Era of Social Tension, Economic Nationalism, and Technological Revolution by Dr. Arindam Bhattacharya, Dr. Nikolaus Lang, and Jim Hemerling, publishes today.

BEYOND GREAT contends that “great is no longer good enough” and reveals foundational new rules for going beyond. It highlights the disruptive forces transforming the global economy: rising discontent with capitalism, increased strain on the natural ecosystem, heightened geopolitical conflict, and technological revolution happening at breakneck speed.

“The range of disruptive forces has been profoundly challenging for firms big and small

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Boston Consulting Group Publishes New Landmark Strategy Book for Building Sustainable Business Advantage in Challenging Post-COVID Era

BOSTON, Oct. 6, 2020­ /PRNewswire/ — According to a new book by three veteran Boston Consulting Group (BCG) senior partners, unprecedented instability and uncertainty are scrambling the traditional playbook that companies have used to compete and succeed in the past 50 years, and a wholesale reimagining is required for sustainable success. Based on firsthand research into more than 50 major global companies, the book, titled BEYOND GREAT: Nine Strategies for Thriving in an Era of Social Tension, Economic Nationalism, and Technological Revolution by Dr. Arindam Bhattacharya, Dr. Nikolaus Lang, and Jim Hemerling, publishes today.

BEYOND GREAT contends that “great is no longer good enough” and reveals foundational new rules for going beyond. It highlights the disruptive forces transforming the global economy: rising discontent with capitalism, increased strain on the natural ecosystem, heightened geopolitical conflict, and technological revolution happening at breakneck speed.

“The range of disruptive

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Amazon Luna: Great Idea, Challenging Business Model, Says Analyst

Not one to miss an opportunity to go down a lucrative new path, last week Amazon (AMZN) announced it is launching a cloud gaming platform, Luna.

Luna will launch at an introductory price of $6 a month with a tiered subscription structure, and the new service will go head to head with other big players’ services such as Google’s Stadia, Microsoft’s xCloud, and EA’s Origin Access.

Powered by AWS and integrated with its own live streaming platform, Twitch, the aim is to have the service accessible to any device with a screen. Although users playing on TVs will need to connect a FireTV box or a FireTV stick. Gamers using phones, tablets or PCs already online will be able to access the service without FireTV.

One thing the service won’t have at launch is much content. To start off, only 50 games will be available, and with one

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Great Idea, Challenging Business Model, Says Analyst

Not one to miss an opportunity to go down a lucrative new path, last week Amazon (AMZN) announced it is launching a cloud gaming platform, Luna.

Luna will launch at an introductory price of $6 a month with a tiered subscription structure, and the new service will go head to head with other big players’ services such as Google’s Stadia, Microsoft’s xCloud, and EA’s Origin Access.

Powered by AWS and integrated with its own live streaming platform, Twitch, the aim is to have the service accessible to any device with a screen. Although users playing on TVs will need to connect a FireTV box or a FireTV stick. Gamers using phones, tablets or PCs already online will be able to access the service without FireTV.

One thing the service won’t have at launch is much content. To start off, only 50 games will be available, and with one

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Democrat Kathy Hinkfuss challenging Republican incumbent David Steffen

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A three-term Republican state representative is defending his seat against a first time Democratic candidate for state office in November. 

Kathy Hinkfuss of Green Bay, a former business executive with deep experience with local nonprofit agencies is running against incumbent State Rep. David Steffen, of Howard, in the Nov. 3 election for the 4th Assembly District. 

The district  includes portions of western Green Bay, Allouez, Ashwaubenon and portions of the villages of Howard and Hobart.

USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin sent both candidates a questionnaire and asked them to limit each of their responses to approximately 100 words. Here’s what they had to say. 

Kathy Hinkfuss

Age: 57

Occupation and highest education level: I am a licensed nurse, a community leader, a commissioner on the City of Green Bay Redevelopment Authority. I completed my Masters in Business Administration at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh at the

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