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Learning from Silicon Valley

What can established firms learn from the way Silicon Valley operates?

Just as the automobile industry defined the management practices of the 20th century, Silicon Valley best embodies 21st century business dynamics. In this domain, we have examined how cloud computing, rapid iteration, open innovation, and advanced business analytics are changing business competition, with a particular emphasis on how firms can respond to these developments via the use of sophisticated value chain mapping. In 2015, we will assess the inevitable competition between China and Silicon Valley, as both titans pursue global technology leadership in areas such cloud computing, mobility, manufacturing, robotics, 3D Printing, sensors, open systems and other emerging areas.