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g-f(2)72 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE DIGITAL AGE: BCG, How to Build Sustainable Business Advantage in a World Where Great Is No Longer Good Enough


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As BCG’s new book Beyond Great shows, the world has been transformed by three powerful, disruptive forces: social tension, economic nationalism, and technological revolution.
  • In this new era, great performance is no longer good enough. And the old playbook to build business advantage is no longer sufficient.
  • One thing is certain, though: We’re living in a time of unprecedented volatility, and we’re reeling from shock; most notably, from the COVID-19 pandemic. The breakneck pace and profound impact of all three disruptive forces shaping this new era are driving market volatility to new heights and shrinking the average lifespan of companies and their leaders.


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Category 2: The Big Picture of the Digital Age

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Arindam Bhattacharya
Managing Director & Senior Partner
New Delhi

Arindam Bhattacharya is a member of the Global Advantage, Industrial Goods, Operations, and Public Sector practices at Boston Consulting Group. He is also a BCG Henderson Institute Alumni Fellow.

Previously, Arindam led BCG in India, was a member of the global leadership team of BCG’s Industrial Goods practice and led the Industrial Goods practice in India. He was also the co-leader of BCG’s Global Advantage Initiative and a co-founder and Director of the BCG Henderson Institute.


Nikolaus Lang
Managing Director & Senior Partner; Global Leader, Global Advantage practice
Munich

Nikolaus S. Lang is Boston Consulting Group’s leader for the Global Advantage practice, and a core member of the Industrial Goods and Automotive practices. Over the last 20 years, Nikolaus has supported clients on globalization and mobility related topics in more than 50 emerging and mature markets, including a large set of Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, Russian, Turkish, Saudi, and Brazilian clients, as well as clients from Europe and the US.

A global expert in connectivity, autonomous vehicles, car-sharing, and fleet management, Nikolaus is the founder and director of BCG’s Center for Mobility Innovation, a team of urban mobility experts and digital business builders. 

Jim Hemerling
Managing Director & Senior Partner
San Francisco - Bay Area

Jim Hemerling is a leader in Boston Consulting Group’s People & Organization and Transformation practices, as well as the firm's behavior and culture topic. He is also a BCG Henderson Institute Alumni Fellow.

With over 25 years of experience as a senior advisor, Jim has widespread experience leading large-scale transformation programs and cultivating high performing cultures. His work goes beyond short-term results to bring holistic, sustainable performance to organizations. Jim's approach to transformation—putting people first—focuses on energizing and empowering employees while enabling leaders to be both directive and inclusive. Jim's experience includes working with clients around the world in technology, consumer, financial, and manufacturing industries.

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