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  • Report
  • 28. Mai 2015
  • Why Well-Being Should Drive Growth Strategies: The 2015 Sustainable Economic Development Assessment
  • Douglas Beal, Enrique Rueda-Sabater, Shu Ling Heng
  • BCG’s Sustainable Economic Development Assessment (SEDA) provides insight on how effectively a country converts wealth into well-being relative to other countries. The latest SEDA analysis highlights countries with strong performances and those with momentum. It also raises important questions related to ongoing debates in the field of development.
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  • Report
  • 21. Mai 2015
  • Four Priorities Requiring Leadership for South Africa’s Future
  • Adam Ikdal, Mia von Koschitzky Kimani, Mikaël Michiels, Saravanan Yogeswaran, James Spanjaard, Nomava Zanazo
  • As substantial as South Africa’s progress has been, big challenges remain in four key areas: education, health care, employment, and income equality. These complex issues of prosperity and well-being threaten to undermine South Africa’s continued development and will require strong public and private-sector leadership in the years to come.
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  • Article
  • 18. Mai 2015
  • Power to the People
  • Miguel Carrasco
  • The government of New Zealand has embraced a life events model as part of its efforts to digitize public services. As a result, it is changing the way it orchestrates and delivers services with regard to customers’ requirements at different points in their lives.

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