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Why Do So Many Corporate Projects Fail?

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If you’re among the whopping 2.5 percent of companies that successfully complete every project they start, congratulations! If you’re not, then you’ve probably wondered, at one time or another, where things are going wrong. Though it’s little comfort, that stat—from a PricewaterhouseCoopers study—shows you’re not…

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Top 3 Business Problems – Consumer Goods

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Business Talent Group’s on-demand consumer goods consultants combine deep industry experience with expertise in domains like pricing, sales ops, and customer insights. CPG consultants can help consumer goods companies assess new markets and opportunities, fill critical knowledge gaps, and plan and execute large-scale business transformations….

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Project Implementation Best Practices: Choosing a Project Leader

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Why is project implementation so challenging? According to an IBM survey of 1,500 change management executives, people issues are among the biggest barriers to success. In particular: 58% of executives struggled to change mindsets and attitudes 49% were stymied by corporate culture 32% cited a…

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Top 3 Business Problems – July

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At BTG, we help clients address all sorts of business problems. Here are 3 of the most interesting challenges we saw this July…   Launching a new drug As the launch date for a major new drug drew near, this global biopharma company found its…

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Top 3 Business Problems – June

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At BTG, we help clients address all sorts of business problems from developing a retail strategy to accelerating growth in new markets. Here are 3 of the most interesting challenges we saw this June…   Accelerating growth in Latin America A global retailer was trying…

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