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When incumbents breed unicorns: Building new businesses as the next wave of growth

More companies are recognising the imperative to turbocharge growth through the serial creation of interdependent yet autonomous new businesses. Image: Unsplash/Israel Andrade

Asutosh Padhi

Managing Partner, North America, McKinsey & Company

Ralf Dreischmeier

Senior Partner , Global Leader of Leap by McKinsey

Ari Libarikian

Senior Partner , Global Leader of Leap by McKinsey


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