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BRG Review
The sixth volume of the BRG Review includes papers by Gregory Russo, John Davis, Melissa Hulke, Dawn Eash, Keith Mendes, Joyce Suen, Joseph Tanimura and C. Paul Wazzan. The Review is edited by Cleve Tyler. 

The Oxford Handbook of Dynamic Capabilities
BRG Chairman David Teece presents a framework in this book to help executives lead their organizations in highly competitive global markets. He explores shifting reference points for corporations and debunks some ‘best practices’ and priorities in de ning what assets are most important for the modern enterprise to build, own and manage.

5G Mobile: Disrupting the Automotive Sector
Enabling the next-generation in wireless communication, 5G networks and new functionality will have impacts on the automotive, transportation, and logistics sectors of the economy, writes BRG Chairman David Teece. He serves as professor of global business and director of the Tusher Center on Intellectual Capital at the Haas School of Business at the University of California. is May 2017 article explores what new networks mean for existing vehicles and autonomous cars and trucks.

The Complexities of Winding Down a Hedge Fund
BRG Managing Director Finbarr O’Connor discusses the reasoning, decision processes and issues faced by the investment manager when winding down a hedge fund together with an overview of the challenges involved from the manager’s perspective. Many of the same concerns also arise for private equity fund managers and their investors.

Understanding the Challenges of Strong Encryption
BRG Director David Kalat, a computer forensic investigator and E-Discovery project manager, discusses the complex workings of encryption and the various applications in the business world. is article is in two parts and available with a subscription to Law360.com.

The Innovation Paradox: The Metrics of Innovation
In this white paper, BRG special advisor Bruce Cuthbertson examines how executives address increasing uncertainties and threats from new startups to changing customer habits and the rapid proliferation of new technologies. e paper centers on the Executive’s Dilemma, a dual need to compete in known, established markets with current-day pro ts, while preparing for the future business shift.

 


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