Technology is driving the development of a new type of organization: the “bionic company.” According to Rich Hutchinson, Lionel Aré, Allison Bailey and Justin Rose – all managing directors and partners at Boston Consulting Group – bionic companies will meld the human and the machine, which represents a profound transformation of business and work. Their white paper delves into the demands that the bionic shift will place on employees and leaders, while suggesting the potential for continual innovation.
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Rich Hutchinson, Lionel Aré and Allison Bailey are managing directors and senior partners of the Boston Consulting Group’s Atlanta, Paris and Boston offices, respectively. Justin Rose is managing director and partner of the Chicago office.
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