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Today, data and information sharing within the health care ecosystem is fragmented and disjointed. How can advanced data and analytics create a more connected health care system for the future? Challenges and opportunities for health care stakeholders as they navigate the transformation. Participants will explore a future health care landscape and the data that’s needed to get them there.
With continued population growth and changing consumer behaviors, more goods need to be moved and traditional supply chains are feeling the increased pressure. How can enabling technologies and underlying supply chain data help key stakeholders create a more efficient, transparent, and integrated network? Participants will learn how various factors could impact them as they chart their transportation strategy for the future.
A smart campus is a paradigm shift whereby higher education institutions use innovative, next-generation technologies to create a digitally connected campus and deliver exceptional consumer experience. Now is the time to prioritize this transformation or face fierce competition from leaders who better understand the importance of the shift. Participants, along with a live audience from The Ohio State University, will learn ways higher education institutions can benefit from adopting smart campus strategies.
Important trends are shaping the technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) industry. What developments should you anticipate for the remainder of 2019? Participants will gain insights into these and other important trends that may impact the TMT industry throughout 2019.
Today, health care is bounded by the walls surrounding health care providers, health plans, and life sciences companies. In the future, those walls —and silos—will come down, enabling organizations to focus on health and wellness, drive better outcomes, and reduce costs. Participants will explore business archetypes and learn new strategies to prepare for the future of health.
Agency enterprise risk management (ERM) programs can drive greater value when leveraged to support and strengthen other agencywide, mission-focused activities. One such activity is program integrity. Participants will gain insights into ERM strategies with a lens on program integrity to help deliver the right services to the right citizens, while making dollars work harder and smarter.
In a retail and consumer products market filled with conventional wisdom about consumers, perception and reality may be very different. What if consumer desires, wants, and needs haven’t really changed, but competition for them has? What if consumers’ behaviors are heavily influenced by their income level? Participants will learn results of Deloitte research into nuances of the changing consumer, what they mean for consumer engagement, and how companies can adapt to better serve their consumer segments.