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The life expectancy of a firm in the S&P 500 in 1961 was around 61 years. Today it’s less than 18 years.

Only 12.2% of the Fortune 500 companies in 1955 were still on the list in 2014. This means 88% of those companies have merged, gone bankrupt or simply fallen off the list.

What are the successful companies doing that enables them to survive and where do others fall?

How to prosper in an ever-changing world

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From fragile to agile

In 1961, the life expectancy of a firm in the S&P 500 was around 61 years. Now it’s less than 18 years. On top of this, only 12.2% of the...

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Thriving in volatility

In 1961, the life expectancy of a company in the Fortune 500 was around 61 years. Now it’s less than 18. Only 12.2% of Fortune 500 companies in 1955 were...

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5 ways to…get ready for change

Spring is (finally) sprung and change is all around. The new financial year could bring new (or evolved) directions or entirely new strategies for the year ahead. These changes can...

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