„Adapting for Business Longevity in a Fast-Changing World“

The pressure to adapt and thrive is made clear by the stark revelation from Professor Richard Foster of Yale University, who noted the average lifespan of a company dropped from 67 years in the 1920 S to 15 years today today. On average an S&P company is now being replaced every two weeks, and estimates that 75% of the S&P 500 firms will be replaced by new firms by 2027.

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