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Business research conducted by Oxford University presents some startling community views. More than 90% of respondents feel that number of accounting, auditing and tax preparation jobs will get completely automated thus phasing out numerous positions. Professional services firms have long been run on the imported Japanese model of Kaizen but now something new needs to be developed to stem the flow of automation. The disruption is going to be speedy over the next couple of decades. The industry needs to be clear about what products or services must best be served to clients. Also the core model for talent recruitment needs to be understood. The convergence between various industries needs to be leveraged as a competitive advantage. 

When we think of sustainability, the first thought in the minds of many, is products within a category which are devised with a primary moral and social inclination. However, the giants who operate in sustainability are those who excel at business innovation and have indeed disrupted the market. Perfect case would be that of Tesla. On the other side exists the case of Kodak who were industry leaders but have slid off primarily because they ignored the more sustainable business model of digital photography and instead continued to be loyal to print and films leading to eventual downfall. Apple seems to have taken a huge slice off that industry through their i-Photo application.

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