Google's Marie Gulin-Merle and BCG's Jay Venkat discuss why businesses should prioritize digital transformation even in times of uncertainty. Gulin-Merle and Venkat examine three habits the most digitally mature companies embrace, and they explore how companies can more easily transform their businesses.
Four accelerators enable more advanced companies to outperform.
When large companies overinvest in digital capabilities, they dramatically widen the value gap with their more cautious peers, generating an average of 30% more EBIT over three years. What are these outperformers doing right?
Many of the original architects of digital disruption are slowing down, squeezed between a new class of digital incumbents that are gaining traction and a younger crop of speedy digital innovators. To get back on track, they need a renewed focus on the factors that drove their initial success.
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.
Get a jump on new requirements, including the upcoming European Union (EU) AI Act, by adopting BCG’s Responsible AI Leader Blueprint.
Despite recent layoffs, women in tech are aware of their value and know they can take their talents to other organizations.
The tech team can emerge from the shadows and become an engine of value creation rather than a cost center.
Web3 is transforming how people present themselves online, yet startup founders and investors are overwhelmingly male. Five measures can help build a more inclusive Web3.
How can deep tech help companies stay profitable while becoming sustainable? The answer lies in a combination of advanced technology and new business models.
BCG and WIRED take a look at the implications of responsible AI—and what it would take for our society to actually build 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.
The market for AI professionals is tighter than it’s ever been. Use these strategies to attract top AI employees—and hold on to them.
Why companies should focus on tasks more than on jobs, how they can train their managers to manage AI, and the importance of ethical thinking and responsible acting.
Our recent survey shows that using artificial intelligence at work benefits both organizations and employees. Increasing employee awareness, trust, and understanding of AI further enhances its value.
The continent is rich in youthful, entrepreneurial energy. Well-planned investments now can help Africa transform itself into a global center of technological and ecological innovation.
To unlock the full value of existing operations, oil and gas companies must improve collaboration among their business and IT teams and leverage the mountains of data that they have at their disposal.
COVID-19 revealed the cracks in how public health departments use data to respond to a crisis. The fix doesn’t have to take years.
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Research from BCG and Adyen suggests that platforms are poised to solve small-business pain points—and revolutionize financial services in the process.
BCG GAMMA and Kodiak Robotics have developed an interactive tool to identify routes that can help optimize the expansion—and benefits—of autonomous trucking.