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Chances Are You’re Buying Too Much Talent. It’s Time to Build and Borrow.

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They aren’t just launching new and better products and services. Since 2005, they’ve averaged an eye-popping 25% growth annually on the back of trillions of dollars in research and development spend, massive partner ecosystems, and hundreds of acquisitions.

Important Lessons From the Slower-Growing Gig Economy

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They scour big box stores such as Target for clearance deals on products like water bottles, which they then buy for $5 and sell on Amazon for $19.95. That perspective will cause you to miss things like retail arbitrage, which may hold important insights for your workforce planning. in 2005 to 15.8% They recently repeated their analysis using more recent data and found the actual increase was just one or two percent.