How Can a Firm Beat The Global Odds?

When Paul Laudicina, Managing Partner and Chairman of the Board at A.T. Kearney, wrote in 2005, things were very much still in balance. But Laudicina saw it differently and argued that the course we were on was unsustainable. Laudicina is back at it with , a book that examines how we got to this point and takes a closer look at how some companies managed to find success in extremely difficult economic times.

Beating the Global Odds When Paul Laudicina, Managing Partner and Chairman of the Board at A.T. Kearney, wrote World Out of Balance in 2005, things were very much still in balance. But Laudicina saw it differently and argued that the course we were on was unsustainable. As it turns out, Laudicina foreshadowed everything from the global economic meltdown to the Arab Spring. “It’s looking at current developments and playing them out over 10 or 15 years, and trying to fathom what the world will look like. When I did that, it was pretty clear to me that it was unsustainable.” Laudicina is back at it with Beating the Global Odds , a book that examines how we got to this point and takes a closer look at how some companies—including his own firm—managed to find success in extremely difficult economic times.

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