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Dec 24, 2019 'Hurry, Let's Wait' And Other Signs That Your Company Is Not Agile

According to   research  from a 2017 corporate longevity index, the average life span of S&P 500 companies has dropped from almost 60 years on average in the 1950s to an average now of less than 20 years. The survival rate among small companies looks even worse. The main culprits are, of course, technology with the disruptions its rapid development has caused, as well as unprecedented volatility.
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