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Disruptive changes across the life sciences and health care industry have led to tremendous business innovations and consumer benefits. However, they also raise new strategic risk considerations. How can life sciences and health care organizations better anticipate, adapt, maneuver, make decisions, and change course in response to the new risks? Learn ways to address emerging risks in an era of rapid and unexpected change.
Evolving trends may drive transportation companies to re-examine their business models, identify critical capabilities, and revise their operating structures accordingly. In doing so, could they move beyond focusing mainly on the bottom line to charting a course toward more profitable growth? Gain insights from Ryder System, Inc. Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Greg Greene, and others on factors that may compel your company to change its operating model.
Profitable margins are a key driver of profitable growth, yet few things terrify manufacturing executives more than price increases. The art and science of proactively preserving margins is a key strategic capability when input costs are volatile and demand is soft. Explore methods your manufacturing company can use to protect its pricing margins while minimizing customer losses.
New Revenue Recognition Rules and ERP Systems: Implications for Engineering and Construction Companies
Engineering and construction companies that have, or are implementing, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems may face several challenges relating to the new revenue recognition rules released by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) in 2014. How are the major ERP companies addressing the new performance obligation requirement for construction percent-complete accounting? Stay in front of the new revenue recognition requirements and understand how they could impact your company.
Energy management initially came on the scene in the United States as a cost-cutting measure in response to the Great Recession. With the US economy largely perceived to be stabilizing, what are businesses now thinking and doing about energy management? Learn results from the 2015 Deloitte reSources Study, which can be useful in helping energy companies, businesses, and consumers make energy-related investment choices and other business decisions.
Recalls and the monitoring of product field performance will likely continue to be important areas of focus for automakers and their suppliers worldwide going forward. What can automotive companies do now to better prepare for and manage against future recalls? Explore leading practices that automotive companies can consider to mitigate, manage, and respond to automotive recall situations.
The intersection between rising consumerism and a growing retail orientation in the health care sector presents opportunities and challenges, some unprecedented, for existing players. What should health plans, providers, and life sciences companies consider? Explore emerging opportunities and challenges that the new age of consumerism may present to health plans, providers, and life sciences companies.
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