Four accelerators enable more advanced companies to outperform.
Digital journeys often stall before generating significant value. But leading companies use five bionic boosters to maintain their transformation’s momentum.
With so much at stake, why do so many companies fail?
The technologies needed to overcome many longstanding barriers to shop floor automation—and the skills needed to use them in combination—are finally available.
As companies shift to remote work, their inside sales teams can become a critical resource with an expanded role within the organization.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to reduce companies’ greenhouse gas emissions and cut costs by monitoring their carbon footprint and then reducing it through increased efficiency.
Advanced technologies will bring big changes. Which companies will be ready to capitalize on the opportunities?
By leveraging data and advanced analytics, companies can provide better products and services, optimize their value chains, and maximize return on capital. Effective data-sharing applications are essential to define key success factors and to enable manufacturers to derive value from their data.
In this new resource co-developed by BCG and Microsoft, learn how these individuals—who are at the center of innovation and product development—can chart a course for deploying the technology ethically.
In most cases, hybrid clouds offer the best combination of scalability, ease of use, strategic flexibility, and data security—but they may not be the right fit for every company.
Companies are committing to reducing their carbon emissions, yet 91% are not accurately measuring what they emit. The good news is: AI can help.
AI expert and author Kai-Fu Lee shares his views on the intersection of human cognition and artificial intelligence with the BCG Henderson Institute’s imagination expert Martin Reeves.
Twentieth-century technology got us into the climate change conundrum. Can 21st-century data and digital technology help us get out of it?
If companies are not willing to share their data, ecosystems die on the vine.
To accelerate a digital and IT transformation and build value faster, focus on business outcomes and decouple the digital transformation from core system replacement.
Established robotics companies must counter startups that are innovating in areas with the potential to generate high profits and alter the dimensions of the industry.
Many companies want to apply AI to improve their processes. Those that focus first on pricing tend to get better results faster.
Unleashing the Data Economy
Advanced capabilities, emerging technologies, and new organizational models are required—but the value upside is tremendous.
Great design can create great value. Yet few companies examine the design capabilities of a target business—or their own. Here’s how to change that.
Companies that are implementing digital technologies in HR are far outpacing their peers and competitors in efficiency, productivity, and retention.
On this episode of "The So What from BCG," Detroit Office Leader Neveen Awad explains why we need women in tech and shares insights from her own journey.
Only companies that create ecosystems can count on their IT service providers for innovation, a new BCG global survey reveals.
Gender diversity can be a profound business challenge—or a source of competitive advantage. But it’s not women who need to change. It’s the workplace.
Contrary to what skeptics believe, it’s not necessary to go all in when applying agile methods. A selective approach can promote efficiency and effectiveness.
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Luxury companies are uniquely positioned to help create a better world. Here are five challenges they face in fulfilling their social and environmental responsibilities.
For the biggest impact, companies should focus on using AI, digitizing must-have capabilities, and adopting new ways of working.
Companies looking to make a step change in customer and consumer engagement should investigate this powerful new technology now.
Digital tools enabled by advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning can help companies uncover the fastest and most effective path to abating the O&G industry’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Connected devices are becoming ubiquitous in the industry. It’s time for commercial property and casualty insurers to seize this opportunity.