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Flexible consumption: Transitioning to usage-based business models in a rapidly evolving marketplace
While flexible consumption business models create value by allowing customers to consume and pay based on need and usage, transitioning to those models can be complicated for technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies. What are some of the complex and interrelated business decisions associated with that transition? Learn about flexible consumption models and how to remain competitive as you make the transition.
Annual capital expenditures have been rising significantly over the past decade among electric and gas utilities and are expected to remain high for the foreseeable future. What have utilities been spending on and how will the mix evolve in coming years? Learn how electric and gas utilities are planning to invest in the near future, what’s driving these investment strategies, and how they fit into the ongoing electric power industry transformation.
The Internet of Things and intelligent buildings: Enhancing performance and reimagining tenant experience
Technology is changing the most fundamental truth about commercial real estate (CRE)—value is based solely on location, location, and location. While location still matters, the Internet of Things (IoT) is opening new doors for CRE sector innovation. What should you know about the IoT? Learn ways to adopt IoT usage and maximize value capture to create competitive differentiation.
The restaurant sector has been challenged with changing customer expectations and digital disruption, effects of which are amplified by underinvestment in technology. Although some restaurant companies are embracing recent technology innovations, few have truly transformed the customer, operational, and corporate experience. Explore how disruptive technologies, combined with strategically developed capabilities, can help restaurant companies engage customers and compete to win in the future.
With the market shift towards value-based and patient-centered care, meeting patients' needs and earning better margins in the face of payment pressure have become growing priorities for hospitals and health systems. How are leading organizations navigating the rapidly changing health care landscape? Explore the interplay between patient experience and health system performance.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) updated Circular A-123 guidance that requires implementation of enterprise risk management (ERM) across US government agencies. While well known in the commercial sector, ERM is a relatively new and potentially transformative concept in government. Explore case studies and policy guidance to understand this evolution in public sector governance and its implications.