Deloitte Review issue 1
Life’s most rewarding opportunities aren’t all that easy. Playing scales for years won’t make you a concert pianist. And even if a clutch and manual gearbox set your blood racing, years of navigating the parking deck at the office won’t have you racing historic sports cars. So it goes with business, where the success that gets a company to shareholder and business school-darling status demands more than balancing the books and pushing product out the door on time.
The Overconfidence Trap Getting it half-right won’t work in the high-stakes game of M&A integration
Culture and the Myth of the Black Box Why you can—and should—manage your company's culture