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Insider Business Club: Shaping your business for growth

How can you best balance short-term delivery with future change?

Smart companies and finance directors are using the downturn to position
their companies for future business growth. But how can you best balance
short-term delivery with future change – especially when faced with demanding
customers inside and outside the organization?

This archived seminar draws on a recent IBM survey of more than 1,000 chief
executives from around the world about their future plans and expectations.
Nearly all are currently adapting their business models with two in three
implementing extensive innovations.

Our expert panel answers questions on how to deliver successful change in
your own organisation.

To listen to the event,
click
here
.

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