Digital strategy and digital transformation are top priorities for CEOs around the world, but a fundamental question remains: How do we make these happen? BCG has found that the most successful companies excel at speed, scale, and value—in parallel. That is, they determine: How can we move at digital speed? How can we change the way we work across the entire enterprise? How can we create tangible value for the business—and for customers?
During the Forbes CIO Summit, Ralf Dreischmeier, the global leader of BCG’s Technology Advantage practice, explored digital themes for emerging leaders: reimagining customer journeys, digitalizing supply chains, and innovating new business models for growth.View the Forbes CIO Summit Video Interview
As technology develops, businesses tend to separate their IT teams from technological and digital advancements in other business units. However, IT teams can integrate themselves back into the business by demonstrating that they can provide the specialized skills to further these advancements.Read this LinkedIn post
The future of IT is becoming a technology function that works in cross-functional teams fully embedded in the business, Ralf Dreischmeier, the global leader of BCG’s Technology Advantage practice, explained during the Forbes CIO Summit.View the Forbes CIO Summit Video Interview
More on Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity and business strategy should be linked at every level, from the board and C-suite, to individual people, processes, and systems.
Investment in digital health care has exploded, creating a vast amount of new data and spawning thousands of health-related applications. But despite new technology, it’s still difficult to use data to change the way we deliver health care services and engage patients in decisions about their own health. It’s time for a closer marriage of technology, big data, and health care.
Karalee Close explains the need for digital healthcare: technology and big data can improve the system and mitigate human error.Watch the video
Agile at scale isn’t just for small environments—this business-led approach accelerates entire organizations, Ralf Dreischmeier, the global leader of BCG’s Technology Advantage practice, explained during the Forbes CIO Summit.View the Forbes CIO Summit Video Interview