Business Talent Group Skills Index 2018
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Flowcasting: Digitizing the Retail Supply Chain
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Business Talent Group Overview
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Business Talent Group Skills Index 2018
The world’s top companies are increasingly relying on high-end freelance talent for mission-critical projects. The BTG Skills Index ranks the most requested and fastest growing consulting skills.
Winning in New Markets: 7 Essentials to Boost the Success of Your Next Market Adjacency Strategy
Many companies have delivered sustained growth by expanding beyond their core business and into adjacent markets.
Voice of the Customer: Best Practices
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On-Demand I.Q.: Winning the war for talent in the gig economy
The nature of work—how it’s done and by whom—is changing. Independent talent is on the rise, especially at the high end, where super-skilled executives and consultants dwell.
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Retail Pricing Pilot
The VP of Omnichannel Operations at a F500 clothing retailer was updating pricing models to incorporate consumer behavior across channels. Business Talent Group’s pricing specialist built and...
Managing Multiple Transformations
A Fortune 1000 retailer had taken on a number of global transformation initiatives—including ERP, inventory and procurement, and merchandising and sourcing projects—with multiple consulting firms....
Accelerating Growth in Latin America
A global retailer was trying to nurture its Latin American business to a new level of profit. Outlets in Brazil and Mexico had shown promise, but the company’s Head of Strategy needed help...
Establishing an Enterprise PMO
A vertically organized Fortune 500 retailer was setting up an Enterprise Project Management Office. How could the company cut across segments to drive consistent and meaningful change? The VP of...
Piloting a Megacity Retail Strategy
A global retailer had recently launched an initiative to synthesize data across its portfolio of brands—and create an integrated growth strategy that would take each brand into the global...
Systems Migration Strategy
The head of strategy at a global retail giant had been asked to implement a systems migration plan—something he’d never done before. He needed someone with experience to validate his assumptions...
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