Global Economic Outlook: Q3 2014

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In spite of a period of pronounced geopolitical risks, developed economies are experiencing modest growth, and growth in developing economies is stabilizing.

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The path to supply chain transparency

David Linich

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More growth options up front

Greg Banks

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Of waves and ripples

Michael Raynor

Moving beyond marketing

Gerald C. Kane, Doug Palmer, Anh Nguyen Phillips, David Kiron & Natasha Buckley

The 2014 MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte social business study reveals three drivers of social business maturity—and a strong connection between social business…

Essays

Why are most “targeted” marketing offers so bad?

Tom Davenport

Offers, which are ostensibly based on data and analytics, are almost universally bad. Companies should change their approaches to offers, or stop bothering with them…

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The personalized and the personal (video)

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The possibility of creating data products and services fueled by fine-grained behavioral information, and informed by behavioral science and choice architecture, offers a framework for innovations that enhance rather than diminish public trust.

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