Six steps can help insurers build a robust balance of technology and human enablers to ensure short-, medium-, and long-term success.
In the coming years, insurance workforces will undergo the biggest talent shifts in their histories. How can insurers best attract digital talent while moving to a bionic model?
Companies that embrace AI at scale, expand their digital platforms, and optimize their distribution economics will emerge from the COVID-19 crisis stronger.
Reinsurers’ average annual total shareholder return has generally exceeded that of primary insurers over ten- and five-year horizons.
A look at the world’s 100 largest stock-listed insurers shows the advantage of having a strong operating model and advanced digital capabilities.
Insurers globally must define an integrated strategy that will allow them to pick up the pace of transition to net zero within their own business and across their spheres of influence.
Generali Germany CEO, Giovanni Liverani, explains how he transformed his company to build the foundations for becoming a ‘lifetime partner’ for Generali’s customers.
They remain a critical source of information and guidance, a survey shows—even with the pandemic having pushed many activities online.
True customer centricity requires undoing traditional operating models, cutting through silos, and adopting new ways of working. Hear more about what makes a successful customer journey transformation.
Net zero isn’t just a climate imperative—it’s a business one. Insurers globally must define an integrated strategy that will allow them to pick up the pace of transition to net-zero.
Simone Schwemer shares a few of the insights from BCG's digital maturity assessment, particularly highlighting how "digital champions" in the insurance industry are outperforming companies that are not investing in digital.