July 14th 2016

Progress – Issue 4: Meeting complexity with Smart Simplicity

Within this fourth edition of our e-magazine – Progress – Yves Morieux, Senior Partner and Managing Director at Boston Consulting Group, provides a short overview of the ‘Smart Simplicity’ principles designed to make people more autonomous, cooperative, and efficient, and which better use people’s intelligence to make organisations more agile, competitive, and responsive.

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