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How Disruptors Interactand Why It Matters

A DECADE HAS passed since we wrote the first edition of this book. Clearly, the executives who met with us in 2008 were prescient. The problems we read about in today’s headlines reflect the force of the disruptors they identified. Parts of the global banking system are still unstable, and new derivative instruments pose problems. Trade war is under way. Inequality has proved to be as disruptive a political force as the executives had imagined. Migration is a crisis both across borders and within countries. The effects of environmental change are regularly in the headlines. The rule of law is breaking down, and corruption is more pervasive. In the richer countries, public health and education are weaker ...

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