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The MBA Impact is the third book in the ‘MBA’ series, written by MBA graduates of the University of Western Australia Business School. This fascinating book comprises 20 essays that reflect on the strategies businesses will have to adopt and develop to stay competitive in the future of work. It is divided into four parts: On strategy, On innovation, On digitalisation of Work and On reflection. These next generation leaders have written on a wide range of subjects including artificial intelligence, intrapreneurship, harnessing creativity, the new customer right to data rules and how these will increase competition. The MBA Impact will appeal to MBA students and new and experienced leaders who are navigating the future of work and looking for ways their organisations can stay competitive and succeed in a fast-changing business environment.
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