Sparking innovative ideas
Aerospace & Defense
Energy & Resources
Government & Education
Life Sciences & Health Care
Oil & Gas
Power & Utilities
Process & Industrial Products
Real Estate & Construction
Retail, Wholesale, & Distribution
Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
Travel, Hospitality, & Leisure
Disruptive technologies can act as catalysts for change to modernize government processes, increase transparency and decision making, and even help recruit and retain future workforces. Which macro forces are actionable and driving innovation across sectors? Participants will learn how emerging technology trends can help government organizations create efficiencies, insights, and improved services to constituents.
Within the life sciences and health care industry, technology is increasingly automating repetitive tasks. How will changes in technology transform traditional back-office functions and even clinical workflows? Participants will explore current and future use cases for robotics in health care and learn strategies to manage a changing workforce.
How will tomorrow's car sales professionals sell customers on ridesharing and autonomous vehicles? As the future of mobility arrives, automakers and dealerships may need to rethink traditional operations to appeal to customers looking for customization and connectedness. Participants will learn about the shift from a business model focused on products to one built on mobility experiences and how to prepare for it.
As digital media evolves, consumers across age groups are changing the way they use and consume content. For technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies, harnessing these attitudes and behaviors can mean the difference between thriving or fading. Participants will learn results of Deloitte's Digital Media Trends 2018, 12th edition, formerly the Digital Democracy survey, and how these trends might impact strategic planning for TMT companies.
Many government leaders have initiated blockchain prototypes, live pilots, and active use case development. However, there is still a limited view of the technology’s potential impact on government organizations. Participants will learn about the potential power of blockchain technology and how it may impact government organizations as adoption continues to grow.
During a period characterized as a retail apocalypse, why are some retailers thriving while others face a tougher new reality? With the debate over bricks-and-mortar vs. online sales raging on, another development is quietly and profoundly impacting the industry. Participants will learn about the great retail bifurcation and how retailers might leapfrog from apocalypse into a period of renaissance.
The explosion of data in life sciences and health care holds much promise. How can improvements in data management amplify current efforts to help patients own their health and create insights to streamline business functions and develop new innovations? Participants will learn how they can modernize their approaches to data management and use innovation in automation, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence to drive value.