Finding Competitive Advantage in Adversity
Nov 01, 2010
A Harvard Business Review article on capitalizing on adversity includes Iqbal Quadir’s collaboration with “unlikely allies” in organizing Grameenphone and bringing telephone service to Bangladesh.
by Bhaskar Chakravorti
Jonathan Bush saw the opportunity to dramatically change how obstetrics practices function. He and his partner set out to build a medical business whose objective was to incorporate both traditional and holistic care options for mothers-to-be. Their aspirations were grand, and demand for their services rapidly grew. But when reliance on slow-paying insurers strapped the practice for cash, Bush’s vision got tangled in red tape. Read more at Harvard Business Review >>