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Success factors of modern organizations

The key message to managers of professionals is: create meaning! Help your subordinates to find excitement in their work. Doing this is the key to quality and productivity.

When workplace experience trumps customer experience

By 2020, the greatest source of competitive advantage for 30% of organizations will come from the workforce’s ability to creatively exploit digital technologies.

Sustainable hybrid financial services models to the benefit of customers

We believe that the main challenges of AI-based financial services are to be found in other areas than in technology.

Why Pixar founder Ed Catmull wants you to fail the elevator test

To achieve something original, you must start with something unlikely, and that increases risk. If you can pass the - 30 second - elevator test, your idea is probably derivative of what’s been done before.

Lack of skills threatens digital transformation

Most companies are flying “data blind” with regard to the skills they need for transformation.

Architect your automation strike teams

Invisible robots have rocketed automation to a top spot among enterprise initiatives, yet firms are dragging organizational and governance issues along as an afterthought.

The first step of turning an idea to a product

It is funny to think about the origin of every product we use everywhere. Why they choose this approach, why they built it like that and what inspired them on each step?

When data creates competitive advantage

Often companies can level the playing field by buying data from alternative sources.

Contribution of digital workers to grow by 50% in two years

The human-machine collaboration is not just the future of work. It is the new normal for today's high-performing enterprises.

Why “de-growth” shouldn’t scare businesses

The most fundamental issue is that the degrowth movement has already begun.

Innovating from necessity

Due to COVID-19, society is introduced to social distancing. This socially separated environment indirectly pushes the innovation agenda, while many business are forced to work in the digital space.

Discovery-driven digital transformation

Digital transformation is complex and requires new ways of approaching strategy. A discovery-driven approach gets leaders past the common barriers to digital transformation.

How CEOs can lead a data-driven culture

Data holds tremendous potential to improve customer service, innovation, and efficiency, but organizations need the right environment to leverage its potential.

Four ways to get your innovation unit to work

There is no single best way to structure and operate an innovation unit. The real key to success is to find the tools and structures that fit your company’s needs, strategies and culture.

The end of management as we know it

Management as we know it is bearing the brunt of the rising complexity in business that has been brought on by technological change and other factors.

What artificial intelligence will look like after COVID-19

We have seen two years of digital transformation in the course of the last two months.