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Acting on the Digital Imperative

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?

What Digital Champions Do Differently

Companies that succeed in meeting today's digital challenge invest in digital efforts and expand their digital workforce and capabilities.

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Designing the Tech Function of the Future

Because digitization and stack architecture are changing the game for companies, we have identified five design imperatives that leaders should consider when creating the technology function of the future.

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Designing Digital Organizations

When it comes to digital adoption, companies should look beyond digital natives for inspiration. Strong organizational models are found in unexpected places.

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Advancing Cyber Resilience: Principles and Tools for Boards

Boards are in a unique position to support and accelerate the development of nascent efforts in cyber resilience and the management of cyber risk. 

They can maximize cyber resilience by adopting ten principles outlined in a report released at Davos by the World Economic Forum, The Boston Consulting Group, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

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Cybersecurity and business strategy should be linked at every level, from the board and C-suite to individual people, processes, and systems.

Thinking Outside the Blocks

Blockchain and digital tokens have the potential to solve the challenges of digital identity and trust. Leaders’ first strategic decision: whether to create permissioned or open securities.


Will Healthcare Embrace Digital or Will We Die Waiting?

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

Will Health Care Embrace Digital or Will We Die Waiting?

Using a mobile app to check glucose levels, sending selfies to facilitate diagnoses, and receiving text reminders to take pills. Is this the future of health care? Karalee Close believes it should be, considering that medical mistakes are the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. She argues that a closer marriage of technology, big data, and health care can improve today’s system.

The Power of Technology Economics

Declines in technology investment are followed by startling drops in GDP, productivity, and corporate profits. Navigate to the frontier of technology and economics to escape this fate.

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The End of Two-Speed IT

The future of IT development is moving at the speed of agile. The two-speed approach many companies have embraced—using agile development techniques for new areas like digital and traditional development approaches for core, mission-critical functions—was a useful interim solution, but its time is up.

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Five Common Misconceptions About Agile

There are a lot of myths floating around about agile development. Here’s what companies can really expect.

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