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    Fashion, Forward

    By Ali, Ambreen | Hendershot, Steve | Hermans, Amanda | Thomas, Jen | Wilkinson, Amy COVID-19 didn’t kill the fashion show—it’s simply accelerating the industry’s shift to digital events. Ever since Shanghai Fashion Week canceled its in-person event and unveiled plans for its first…

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    Bring on the Bots

    By Patra, Priya My new best friend in project management is a robot. Ever since I started using software programs last year to automate repetitive work, I have more time to focus on analysis, forecasting and…

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    House Party

    By Ali, Ambreen The race is on. As the demand for online purchases and fast delivery increases, retailers are clamoring to build new warehouses, leading to a boom in construction. And, to stay ahead of the pack,…

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    M-Pesa

    In Kenya, financial institutions were scarce and the population largely unbanked in the early 2000s. So people began using the prepaid airtime minutes on their mobile phones as a form of currency:…

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    Netflix Streaming

    Netflix had already disrupted the entertainment business once, allowing customers to forgo the brick-and-mortar video store for the convenience of online shopping. It ranked as one of the United…

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    Public Disturbance

    By Parsi, Novid Governments are behind the curve when it comes to digital transformation. As the private sector takes dead aim at projects implementing artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and a wide range of…

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    Innovative Outliers

    By Parsi, Novid Static strategies don't last forever. Earlier this year, Uber expanded its strategy from ride-sharing to autonomous bikes and scooters. Beauty subscription service Birchbox developed and rolled out…

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    Mining for Fresh Takes

    Contaminated water and soil. Lengthy vertical shafts hidden by overgrown vegetation. Hazardous machinery submerged in stagnant water. Closed mines and quarries can be dangerous—even deadly—but…

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    Analyzing the Future

    By Desmond, Luke The wave of big data and other data-science-related knowledge is turning into a flood. The economy is rapidly transforming into a knowledge-based one. In fact, the four largest companies based on…

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    A Sense of Safety

    By Parsi, Novid On construction projects, safety saves—both lives and money. In the European Union, more than one-fifth of all fatal workplace accidents happen in the construction sector, according to the European…

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