Agile Governance

Governments must become as agile as startups. Here’s what they need to do

Rapid advances in technology can drastically alter military advantage. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed

Mauricio Zuazua

Partner, Kearney

Rudolph Lohmeyer

Regional Head, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Global Business Policy Council, Kearney

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