Deloitte Review Issue 17

Insights

The more things change

Value creation, value capture and the Internet of Things

Die Deloitte Review befasst sich in der 17. Ausgabe mit dem Thema "Das Internet der Dinge" und dessen Vor- und Nachteilen in den Bereichen Consumer & Companies, Supply Chains und Innovation. Ein wichtiger Blick richtet sich auf das Internet der Dinge als Organisationsstrategie.

Das Internet der Dinge

Bereits lange bevor sich der Begriff des Internets der Dinge etablieren konnte, setzte nicht nur die Technologiebranche große Hoffnungen in smarte Objekte: Schon vor mehr als einer Dekade wurde die Vernetzung von Haushalten propagiert. In der aktuellen Deloitte Review erfahren Sie mehr über das Internet der Dinge sowie dessen Vor- und Nachteile. 

Einen Gesamtüberblick über alle Trend Studien in den Bereichen Economics, Business, Consumer und Technology finden Sie hier.

Themen:

Redesigning: work in an era of cognitive technologies

Cognitive technologies, a product of the field of artificial intelligence, can and will be used to eliminate jobs. But leaders face choices about how to apply cognitive technologies. These decisions will determine whether workers are marginalized or empowered, and whether their organizations are creating value or merely cutting costs.

Redesigning: work in an era of cognitive technologies

The more things change: Value creation, value capture, and the Internet of Things

Some changes enabled by the Internet of Things will be incremental, while others will be transformative. Yet the need to capture value remains as acute as ever. The established principles of strategic differentiation, process flow, and network economics will go a long way toward revealing a path to long-term success.

The more things change: Value creation, value capture, and the Internet of Things

IoT’s about us: Emerging forms of innovation in the Internet of Things

The observation that the Internet of Things encompasses people holds a number of transformative business and societal implications. The data and information flows that continually emanate from people and devices can be aggregated and analyzed to create fundamentally new types of products and services that go with the grain of human psychology.

IoT’s about us: Emerging forms of innovation in the Internet of Things

Power struggle: Customers, companies, and the Internet of Things

The data flowing through the Internet of Things can change the relationships between customers and companies, sometimes benefiting both parties. But sometimes customers, companies, or both can find themselves either failing to benefit from or potentially disadvantaged by various IoT-enabled deployments, compromising the sustainability of a given strategy.

Power struggle: Customers, companies, and the Internet of Things

Forging links into loops: The Internet of Things’ potential to recast supply chain management

Faced with external pressures, US companies often cut costs to remain competitive. True to form, many have focused their Internet of Things strategies on how the technology can cut costs and improve efficiency. But the IoT can also serve as a foundation for greater differentiation and innovation.

Forging links into loops: The Internet of Things’ potential to recast supply chain management
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