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It’s not just about the tech. Because technology implemented without a crystal-clear business focus can’t yield its true value. Our people—behind the tech—help transform organizations. We’re powered by collaboration—among ourselves, with clients, and with the world’s most-progressive digital companies.
Following the first digital wave, attention is turning to the heart of the business—back-office processes that reinvent how work gets done.
Blockchain's ecosystem is rapidly evolving, with new platforms, applications, consortia, and partnerships emerging all the time. As organizations explore blockchain's value, what do you need to know? Read more.
A survey by MIT SMR and Deloitte found digitally mature companies are better at developing digital leaders, pushing decision-making deeper, and responding faster to the marketplace. Read more.
Smart Cities take a 360ᵒ perspective across every aspect of the city's operations, applying technology in concrete ways to enhance the lives of citizens and create a brighter future. Read more.
Businesses are transforming in many ways. New insights, driven by data and analytics, are needed to drive business transformation.
Our exclusive survey finds executives optimistic about the impact of Industry 4.0 on society, strategy, talent, and technology. But few are confident they are ready to lead its implementation. Read more.
Frictionless, automated, personalized travel on demand—that’s the dream of the future of mobility. Incumbents and disruptors need to move at top speed to get on board. Read more.
Workforces are evolving. The path forward will require blending human and automation elements to create an optimally augmented workforce.
Business leaders are facing a profound shift: The rapid rise of the social enterprise, reflecting how social capital shapes an organization’s purpose and guides its stakeholder relationships. Read more.
As robotics, AI, the gig economy and crowds grow, jobs are being reinvented, creating the “augmented workforce.” To adapt, organizations must reconsider how they design jobs and develop talent. Read more.
Millennials’ confidence in business and loyalty to employers declined dramatically this year, as did their optimism regarding their readiness for Industry 4.0. Read more.