Are you ready for the change?

Think:Act Magazine issue no. 32

The world has been turned upside down and even as we deal with the disruption, Covid-19 has accelerated the pace of change of business. Is your company ready to face the future? This acceleration requires companies to always be alert and be ready to respond to the unexpected. Now more than ever, digital transformation is an important component of a future-proof business strategy. Companies that respond to the new realities of our changing world will find lucrative business opportunities. For this, it is necessary to reassess, rethink and even reset some common practices. This issue of Think:Act magazine helps you get to grips with the acceleration and also shows you how your company can thrive in the new reality.
Roland Berger's award-winning thought leadership publication
Think:Act is Roland Berger’s award-winning magazine that helps senior executives navigate through our fast changing business environment. The magazine chronicles the big shifts happening in the world and their impact on organizations, identifies current and upcoming trends in business and offers a deep dive into the latest management ideas.
First published in 2004, Think:Act reaches around 30,000 select senior executives and decision-makers in the fields of business, politics and media around the world. Think:Act is published in English and German.
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What's in the magazine?

Preview of articles that you will find in the current edition of Think:Act Magazine.
Cover Story: A World Turned Upside Down

A hitchhiker’s guide to the post-pandemic-era

Remote Control - Resetting How We Work

The home office becomes the new normal

Do We Need a Speed Limit for Change?

Technological acceleration and its limits