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As global culture continues to develop and technology virtually connects the continents, countries themselves will star in the galaxy of commerce The last 10 years have seen a dramatic change in competitive positions of nations (see Figure 9-2)
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Industry average
United Kingdom Japan Singapore Italy Norway
0% 2% 4% 6% 8%
10% 20%
Japan
Germany Canada
10%
Industry average
Sources: Value-Building Growth database; AT Kearney analysis
Value growth1
1Measured as Adjusted Market Capitalization = market capitalization growth adjusted for change in equity
Figure 9-2 Growth portfolio (CAGR 1989 2001) of countries, benchmarked against industry average
The United States has been consistently dominant, followed by the strong performance of Canada Canada s economy, in fact, has weathered the recent recession surprisingly well, driving it from the underperformer quadrant into the value builders section Conversely, Japan has declined from being the global high performer to the declared laggard of the industrial world Finland has been transformed from a middle player into a high-tech country, due mainly to its position in telecommunications Nokia, the world s leading cellular phone manufacturer, accounts for
The Endgames Vision of 2010
50% of the Finnish stock market capitalization However, such reliance on a single company can be dangerous: no company is immune from the pressures of the Endgames consolidation curve Meanwhile, Germany has declined from the industrial European powerhouse to the bottom of the league in growth in 2001 and, to the south, Italy has transformed itself from a laggard into a veritable high performer in the European Union What implications does this have for the position of various industries in the Endgame For that we created some country grids to help visualize the trends First we developed a global economy plot of industries according to the four Endgames stages, which resulted in a broad bell curve with roughly 15% each in the Opening and Balance stages and roughly 35% each in the Scale and Focus stages By plotting an individual national economy against that curve, it is immediately apparent whether the economy is made up mostly of young industries and thus will have a bright future or whether it is overdominated by companies in old industries rooted in preserving the status quo Germany and Japan, for example, are equally strong in old industries and are substantially underrepresented in the Opening Stage where most young industries reign In contrast, North America is equally balanced across all stages very close to the classic S curve while Singapore, like some other emerging markets, is front-loaded China is weak in Stage 1 and very strong in Stage 2 companies (see Figure 9-3) So who will be the winners and who will be the losers in the future Obviously, North America is well-equipped for the future and will likely strengthen its already strong position and its domination of the world economy The same holds true for India, which is strongly frontloaded and thus has a strong position in the up-and-coming industries that will transition through the major consolidation waves But, of course, having an abundance of companies in the young industries does not guarantee that those companies will move up the Endgames curve and become global leaders in their sectors Political leaders have to provide the appropriate environmental and political infrastructure to foster and nourish those industries, to
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Germany
United States World
Percent of companies
Stage
Sources: Value-Building Growth database; AT Kearney analysis
Figure 9-3 Distribution of companies in the Endgames stages
support their further growth, and to encourage companies to maintain their headquarters in the native country This opens the door to future spin-offs and creation of industrial networks or clusters that form the breeding ground for large-scale economic growth and employment We have seen this in the automotive and automotive supplier industry in southwest Germany and around Turin and The state must play a Detroit We have seen the aerospace industry proactive role by setting develop around Bavaria We have seen the highthe right regulatory environment, along with tech industry blossom in Silicon Valley industrial development (California), Silicon Alley (New York), and and tax system incentives Boston, and the biotech industry grow in Bavaria and Berlin, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia s Multimedia Super Corridor all with heavy government support and encouragement The authors have a message for world leaders: industrial policy is still in vogue It is not a vestige of the 1970s Here is where future-oriented country leaders (and leaders of states and provinces and mayors of major cities) can make their marks The state must play a proactive role by setting the right regulatory environment, along with industrial
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