What Companies Can Learn From Cities About How to Survive
Due to technological change, companies are dying more quickly than ever: Today, the average age of an S&P 500 company is under 20-years-old, compared to almost 60-years-old in the 1950s.
So, how can companies continue to grow, adapt, and outlast this change? The key might lie in how some cities have transformed themselves over the years.
Read Naz Goksu and Mat Chow's full POV here.