Defining enterprise agility
Agile has now widely been recognised as a way-of-working that enables you to define, plan, and execute against outcomes.
Many years have passed since Agile has become a household name globally in IT. Large organisations which previously worked in very traditional ways have now been on the journey to achieve Agility for many years.
Agile in government
A series from the Deloitte Center for Government Insights
How can government benefit from Agile software development techniques? Often, agencies find that they must adopt a whole new way of working to engage in the kind of trust-based, collaborative vendor-client relationship that Agile requires.
Building Industry 4.0 capabilities through collaborations and startups
Toward the next horizon
The concept of Industry 4.0 incorporates and extends digital connectivity within the context of the physical world in digital enterprises and digital supply networks. Industry 4.0 technologies combine digital information from many different physical and digital sources and locations, including the Internet of Things (IoT) and analytics, additive manufacturing, robotics, high-performance computing, artificial intelligence and cognitive technologies, advanced materials, and augmented reality.
Established companies looking at Industry 4.0 technology to optimize processes and create new business models can benefit from looking externally to solidify infrastructures.