Issue 11

Chairman’s letter

When we planned this edition of the Brunswick Review, we were in a pre-Brexit world and the US election was a distant prospect

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The Generations issue

Differences between generations carry very real and important implications for how companies engage with their employees and customers

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Votes cast in the past

Formative experiences matter more than birthdays in shaping the identity of a generation, says Brunswick’s James Dray

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Student protests

South Africans seek solutions to a generational crisis, say Brunswick’s Marina Bidoli and Farai Morobane

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Mind the gap

Brunswick’s Dania Saidam examines the imbalance among and between generations

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One for one, one for all

Chief Shoe Giver Blake Mycoskie describes how Toms’ marriage of business and giving resonates with Millennials and beyond

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Great expectations

A global study by Brunswick Insight finds that the younger generations look at the world tomorrow, and businesses today, with optimism. Robert Moran and Jeremy Ruch report

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Millennial – or just young?

Brunswick’s Rob Alexander challenges conventional wisdom on the next generation

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The global generation

Millennials in China are reshaping the future of business everywhere, say Brunswick’s Dr Lu Jianzhong, Peter Zysk and Stacey Chow

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Free market lessons

WorldQuant Founder and CEO Igor Tulchinsky talks to Brunswick’s Beatriz Garcia about training a new generation of quants online

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Calling the future

John Palmer, AT&T’s Chief Learning Officer, describes the challenges and rewards of re-skilling the telcom’s workforce

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Automation’s hefty price tag

Technology doesn’t have to come at the expense of your workforce, says Brunswick’s Martin Kwok

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Brand value investor

Young private equity investor Matt Truman tells Katie Ioanilli how the best startups respond to youth-driven changes in commerce

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Can you hear me now?

Brunswick’s Mike Krempasky and Karl Wiseman discuss the digital divide between generations, and how businesses can begin to bridge the chasm

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Different strokes

Your team members deserve more nuanced consideration, says Brunswick’s Christopher Hannegan

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Etsy's values warrior

Heather Jassy, Senior Vice President of Values-Aligned Business, tells Brunswick’s Sarah Lubman how the “Millennial mindset” is helping reshape commerce

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Ask not what your country can do for you…

A new generation seeks public service in the private sector, says Brunswick’s George Little

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Sovereign wealth fun

Brunswick's Dominic Whiting and Fatema Mahmoud al Khateeb explain how cartoons are serious tools for engaging youth in the Middle East

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Upping the ante

The gaming industry’s flamboyant tactics from decades past risk losing the attention (and wallets) of Millennials, says Brunswick’s Mara Riemer

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Written on the skin

The sharing of sensitive data is second nature to the young, say Brunswick’s Charis Gresser and Gabrielle Silver

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Capitalism: A coming of age story

Mitsubishi Research Institute Chairman Hiroshi Komiyama says an aging workforce can be a catalyst for an economic evolutionary leap to a “Platinum Society.” Interview with Brunswick’s Daisuke Tsuchiya and Matthew Brown

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Time travel

The present can learn from the past’s utopian visions for the future, says London Design Biennale Director Christopher Turner

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Philanthropy in the first person

Millennial business women want to be more than just a name on a check, says Kate Roberts, Co-Founder of Maverick Collective

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The Taft tradition

Former CEO of RBC John Taft talks to Brunswick’s Beatriz Garcia about his family’s storied legacy, and shares insights from 35 years in the financial sector

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Family business portrait

Family identity can steer both family and business success, say business professor and author Joachim Schwass and Brunswick’s Charlie Potter and Richard Meredith

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Ushering in change

Serious challenges loom for the family businesses that power Europe’s economy, say Brunswick’s Carl Graf von Hohenthal, Fiona Claire Littig and Alessandro Iozzia

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A new wave

Brunswick’s Susan Ho and Sunitha Chalam say that as new leaders take the reins of family businesses, Asia is poised for one of the biggest transfers of power and wealth it has ever witnessed

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Designing a dynasty

The third-generation CEO of Longchamp, Jean Cassegrain, tells Brunswick’s Agnès Catineau the secret of his family’s longevity

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Dance lessons

Prima ballerina Misty Copeland spoke to Brunswick’s David Sutphen and Mallory Merge about staying true to her values and the discipline that keeps her career at center stage

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Live on

Greg Lee, President of the Livestrong Foundation, talks with Brunswick’s Edward Stephens about how the organization endured after the collapse of its founder’s reputation

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The shocking truth about new media!

For all their reliance on entertainment value, native digital news sites deserve a fresh look, says Brunswick’s Ali Musa

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Far from a done deal

Brunswick’s Neal Wolin and Alex Finnegan share advice for foreign buyers of US assets

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Up with downtime

Activities outside of work are as important to success as work itself, says Brunswick’s Nick Lovegrove

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Critical moment

The dawn of Earth’s new age

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