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  • Growing through M&A in Financial Services April 18, 2018
    In a wide-ranging interview presented as part of our "Inside the Mind of the CEO" series, the chief executive officer of a global payment and financial technology giant discusses how the company is preparing for growth amid disruption by investing in acquisitions, placing bets on startups, and bolstering its own technological capabilities.
  • You've Reached a Career Milestone. Now What? April 17, 2018
    If you want to advance in your job and find meaning in your day-to-day work, consider these strategies. For further insights, read "What to Do When Success Leaves You Empty."
  • What to Do When Success Leaves You Empty April 16, 2018
    When we are caught up in achieving a goal, we can forget to enjoy the process. Here's how to change that. See also "You've Reached a Career Milestone. Now What?"
  • Melissa Snover's Recipe for Sweet Success April 13, 2018
    "Head magician" of Katjes Magic Candy Factory Melissa Snover explains to strategy+business the challenges that face small businesses that want to operate globally at a time when Brexit and trade wars are dominating the headlines.
  • Are American Workers Dying for their Paychecks? April 12, 2018
    In Dying for a Paycheck: How Modern Management Harms Employee Health and Company Performance -- and What We Can Do About It, management guru Jeffrey Pfeffer argues that modern management practices are making employees sick.
  • Closing the Gap between What Consumers Want and What They Get April 11, 2018
    A PwC survey reveals that people want more human touch in their shopping experiences, which means in this increasingly digital, automated world, brands need to learn how to make tech more personal. Industry experts offer some ideas to get companies thinking about how to close the gap between what consumers want and what they're getting.
  • Competing for Shoppers' Habits April 10, 2018
    PwC asked 22,000 people in 27 territories about their shopping and consuming activities for its seventh annual consumer insights survey. The results suggest that for consumer products companies and retailers seeking success, the most important factor to watch is the reshaping of consumer habits by new technologies and online social interaction. Black Friday and grocery […]

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  • Tightly Bound: Australia’s Alliance-Dependent Militarization March 26, 2018
    Contemporary Australia is a case of dependent, high-technology liberal militarization, but with distinctive characteristics pointing to a model that must look beyond standard concerns with increasing national defense budgets, more and better weapons systems, an “exceptionalist” approach to immigration security and a predilection using military force in international affairs.   In a world and time […]
  • Introduction: A Path to Peace or a Looming Peril? March 26, 2018
    Despite decades of durable peace in Asia, the region is peppered with potential flashpoints and persistent historical grievances that could erupt into armed conflict through miscalculation of intentions, overzealous ambitions or even mismanagement of the potent forces of nationalism simmering in countries throughout the Asia-Pacific. Moreover, the region is at the center of the emerging […]
  • Major Progress and Unfinished Business: China’s Military Under Xi Jinping March 26, 2018
    ​China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has developed into one of the region’s premier militaries, with notable advances made in the past few years under President Xi Jinping. Although the roots of PLA modernization and professionalization stretch back to the 1980s, a number of obstacles slowed the pace of reform under Xi’s two immediate predecessors, Jiang […]
  • Is Southeast Asia’s Military Modernization Driven by China? It’s Not That Simple March 26, 2018
    Southeast Asia has been among the biggest global defense spenders over the past decade. Expenditure in the region has risen by almost 10 percent annually on average since 2009. Regional nations have also been acquiring new war-fighting capabilities, including in standoff precision strike; long-range airborne and undersea attack; stealth, mobility and expeditionary warfare; and new […]
  • Changing Threat Perceptions and Japan’s Evolving National Security Policy March 26, 2018
    Since coming to office in his second administration in 2012, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has taken significant steps to enhance Japan’s national security and defense posture. With consistently high approval ratings, Abe has exercised strong leadership in upgrading Japan’s national-security policies by 1) issuing Japan’s first National Security Strategy in 2013; 2) re-interpreting Japan’s constitution […]

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