The firm of the future will feel different. It will sometimes feel like a venture-capital operation, other times like a professional services firm and often like a fast-growing startup. What it will not feel like is the conventional corporation of today.
Explore how the idea of a business has evolved through a series of definable eras, from the earliest firms to the companies of today—and tomorrow.
Over the next 10 years, major structural forces such as technology and a changing workforce will shape a new era of business.
Several forces indicate that the paradigm of business will shift, ushering in the Firm of the Future.
Many CEOs recognize that the nature of the firm is fundamentally shifting.
Orit Gadiesh, James Root and Paul Bulcke discuss the firm of the future at Bain & Company's 13th annual Davos breakfast.
Businesses need to brace themselves for the greatest transformation they have seen in the last 50 years, said Bain Partner James Root in a CNBC interview from Davos. (CNBC)
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