The fortnight thus far
Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days, once every 15 days.
Dec 15, 2020
Global Economic Forecast – Q4 2020
With a projected contraction of 4.7%, the aggregate global real GDP growth baseline forecast has remained roughly unchanged since Q3 2020, this is followed by 5.1% growth in 2021. India set to surpass China by 2021. Know more on how other individual nations are recovering from the pandemic.
[ Euromonitor > Full report here:
Building R&D Strategy for Modern Times
At $2.3 Tn investment into R&D contributes to 2% of global GDP in 2019, a CAGR of 4% in the last decade, but enterprises lack clarity, agility, and conviction in their R&D strategy. How can one build an R&D strategy which can serve as the company’s innovation engine?
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
How Bionic Companies Translate Digital Maturity to Performance
Intertwining new technologies & human capabilities in order to deliver superior outcomes is the crux of Bionic companies. From 2015-18, bionic companies gained 1.8x higher earnings and 2.4x higher growth in enterprise value compared with digital laggards. So, how to achieve a Bionic status?
[ BCG > Full report here :
The Social Enterprise in a World Disrupted
There should be a shift in mindset from ‘survive to thrive’. Creating new realities is the holy grail for organisations with a thrive mindset. 80% of executives believe well-being remains paramount for an organization’s success. Here are other workforce trends are leading to a thrive mindset.
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
The Future of Financial Services
Legacy financial institutions will need to reduce cost by 25-50% over the next 3 to 5 years to be competitive. Alternative providers of capital are to become even more important part of the global finance eco-system as asset impairment will reduce risk bearing capacity by regulated institutions to support industry recovery. Know more on other macro trends driving financial services
[ PwC > Full report here:
Trends in Large Corporate Bankruptcy and Financial Distress
Over 138 companies with $100 mn in assets filed for bankruptcy in Q1-Q3 2020, 84% higher than 2019. Mining, Oil and Gas, and Retail Trade accounted for 58% of mega-bankruptcies in Q1-Q3 2020. How do these number compare with the average bankruptcies from 2005-19?
[ Cornerstone > Full report here:
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