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Amid the current market softness and a fairly significant shift in consumer shopping patterns, debate rages in retailers' boardrooms about whether these are cyclical or structural issues. What does empirical evidence indicate? Learn what Deloitte's Retail Volatility Index reveals about an upended industry and how retailers might rewrite their playbooks for the future.
Opioid abuse is quickly growing into a major public health crisis in the US. With the problem now receiving focused attention from many government stakeholders, what is being done? Explore these emerging trends and discuss the implications for employers, health care providers, and government officials.
The public health insurance exchanges have been in operation for nearly three years now. At their start, many believed they would create a groundswell of consumerism in health insurance. Has reality caught up to the hype? Explore how health care consumers’ expectations are changing and what it means for the future of the US health insurance industry.
As real estate companies expand technology usage, they are also increasing their vulnerability for cyber attacks. How can real estate executives mitigate the threat of attack while inserting cyber risk into their overall strategic risk planning? Learn how a targeted and multipronged approach to cyber risk management can help your organization become secure, vigilant, and resilient while powering its performance.
Continued downward pressure on oil prices means ongoing capital expenditure cuts across the exploration and production (E&P) sector. What level of sustained reinvestment is required to offset depletion and meet demand growth for both oil and natural gas going forward? Explore ways E&P businesses can balance immediate cash-preservation needs vs. future new-production-investment needs.
New solutions in the health care industry are still needed given the ongoing high cost and variable quality of care, along with uneven access to care. While innovations to address these problems are widely touted, which ones could actually have a transformative impact on the industry? Explore the latest innovations that are transforming the US life sciences and health care industry.
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.