Drowning in data, but starving for insights
Starting the digital supply network journey with legacy systems
To get started on building a digital supply network road map with the assets already in place, companies may need to change their mind-set.
The Industry 4.0 paradox
Industry 4.0 has been at the top of many company agendas for the last several years. The seemingly limitless opportunity - and seemingly limitless technology investments options - can provide executives with a complex quandary as they decide where and how to implement change.
Preparing tomorrow’s workforce for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming the type of work people do, and how it is done. While 4IR offers new opportunities, many of today’s 1.8 billion youth worldwide youth stand to be left behind.
Forecasting in a digital world
Financial forecasting is changing…for the better
No sandbagging. No rose-colored glasses. Just faster, more objective insights that can help leaders make even smarter decisions.
The robots are waiting
Are you ready to reap the benefits?
A tremendous 95% of organisations that have implemented robotic process automation (RPA) say the technology has improved productivity, according to Deloitte’s fourth edition of the Global Robotics Survey, which analyses market trends and emerging practices in robotic and cognitive automation.
Toward the next horizon of Industry 4.0
Building capabilities through collaborations and startups
With the onset of the fourth Industrial Revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, a new competitive landscape is being formed.
Fooled by the hype
Is it the next big thing or merely a shiny new object?
Everyone's continually looking for “the next big thing,” whether it’s technology, a management method, or the latest human-resources approach.
Coming of age digitally
Learning, leadership, and legacy
Based on a global survey of more than 4,300 managers, executives, and analysts and 17 interviews with executives and thought leaders, MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte’s fourth annual study shows that the digital business environment is fundamentally different from the traditional one.
Central European Corporate R&D Report 2018
The survey has allowed us to map out the difficulties faced by companies in the R&D area; learn how they protect their know-how; and ascertain what kind of government support is most commonly used in the region.
Deloitte Global Robotic Process Automation Survey 2018
Now in its fourth year, the survey aims to understand more about how companies are maturing in the RPA space, and how they are linking RPA with other emerging technologies.
Eurozone: As good as it gets?
To be precise, it was more than a decade ago, back in 2007, when the Eurozone achieved a growth rate higher than last year’s 2.5%.
Selling Industry 4.0
The new sales mind-set for connected products
Industry 4.0 has radically changed the products companies make and how they make them. But, how do these products impact how they sell them?
Cost management in the age of digital disruption
1000+ global senior executives provide insights
With the emergence of disruptive innovations such as robotic process automation, analytics, and cognitive technology, cost management is morphing into a strategic enabler with the power to disrupt entire industries and fundamentally change how business is done.
Moving from best to better and better
Business practice redesign is an untapped opportunity
We believe it is—and to get there, we suggest a path based on frontline workgroups adopting business practices—focused on new value creation—that aim to help both workers and companies get better, faster.
Research & Development Survey 2018
At its sixth edition, Deloitte Research & Development Survey aims at providing public authorities with information on what are the needs and important factors increasing business expenditure on research and development amongst companies from nine participating countries
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here
Are you ready?
Today, the Fourth Industrial Revolution – or Industry 4.0 – is transforming economies, jobs and even society itself. Physical and digital technologies are combining through analytics, artificial intelligence
Development of self-driving vehicles in the United Kingdom
Where science fiction meets science fact
The UK government has recognised the importance of self-driving vehicles as a catalyst for technological, economic and social developments. It is trying to make the United Kingdom the preeminent testing site in Europe. But are consumers on board for the ride?