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How to Plan for the Future When You Can Barely Handle the Present

Clayton Christensen’s longtime business partner reveals how companies can plan years ahead, even in the midst of a crisis

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Less than four months into 2020, you would be hard-pressed to find any business that hasn’t had to throw out their plans and projections for the

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Kaushik Viswanath

Kaushik Viswanath

I work with authors at Medium. Previously an editor of business books at Penguin Random House.

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