“When Bill Gates says, “Microsoft is always two years away from failure,” he’s not defending himself yet again from the charge of being a monopolist. Gates understands the competitive reality of the new age. He knows that it’s not only product life cycles that are shrinking; strategy life cycles are getting shorter, too. An almost stupefying pace of change ensures that any business concept, no matter how brilliant, will, over time, lose its economic efficiency” Gary Hamel
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