Leaders who observe five lessons keep transformations on track.
Agile Ways of Working
Agile applications should not be limited to software. Agile can revolutionize project management and organizational structure.
Though digitization offers clear benefits, only one in five companies has the right foundation in place to implement it. The rest should follow seven best practices to close the gap—starting today.
Digital transformations that aim simply for new efficiencies and new products leave a lot on the table.
Data and advanced analytics, automation, and blockchain technologies can provide considerable value—if you know how to leverage them.
To unlock digital’s full potential, companies—not their vendors—must drive the effort with a balanced focus on three dimensions: people, processes, and technology.
Business leaders should consider five questions as they rethink their innovation strategies for the digital age.
Business leaders understand the need to change, but they are frustrated by digital transformation. Here’s a common-sense approach with three simple tests for success.
Cyberresilience—the ability to deter and withstand cyberattacks—is critical to our clients and their strategic ambitions.
Companies are encountering the “AI paradox”—it is deceptively easy to launch projects with AI but fiendishly hard to reach scale.
Companies have a choice: either transform IT to be able to work closely with business units in developing products and services or focus IT on its governance role.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation establishes new standards for handling customer data, increasing both the challenge and the rewards of proactively earning consumers’ trust.
AI has entered the business world. What happens next?
We are at a turning point. Will the door open to allow for greater equality, or will it shut out opportunity for all but a few?
When it comes to personalizing the shopping experience and providing multichannel access, most traditional retailers are just getting started.
Some forward-thinking insurer will use blockchain technology to change the industry. What will that take?
Shingle by shingle and brick by brick, companies are breaking with tradition to construct closer connections with consumers.