Constructing places where employees can collaborate, improvise, and watch one another work can spur creativity.
- s+b BlogsThe growing array of immersive entertainment experiences carries unforeseen implications for content owners and creators.
- PodcastWhat really happens to human systems—machines, processes, and businesses—when smart machines enter the picture? For related insights, read “Five Overlooked Principles Shaping the Destiny of Your Business.”
- s+b BlogsTo boost a hotel’s bottom line, ask the bellhop.
- s+b BlogsThe e-commerce pioneer is reengineering some operations to make them more appealing to employees while designing others that can operate without any human labor.
- Until you grasp Turing’s theory of computability, Coase theorem of transaction costs, Bell’s law of computer classes, Baldwin and Clarke’s concept of modularity, and Nakamoto’s law of the distributed ledger, you’re not prepared to lead a digital company.
- As distinctions dissolve among the hardware, software, services, and telecom sectors, companies are changing how they compete.
- s+b BlogsThe failure of prognosticators to call the U.S. presidential election correctly should make us take another look at our own preconceived notions about big data and analytics. It takes human contact to predict an election.
- s+b BlogsThe world is shifting its dominant technological model away from serial programming, and for many incumbents the transition will be challenging.
- History shows that new technologies evolve faster than society adopts them.
- s+b BlogsShifting from physical to virtual data platforms can reduce companies’ costs and improve sustainability.
- When it comes to the autonomous ride-hailing battle, no single player has all the capabilities necessary to succeed.
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- The world’s largest innovators are shifting the focus of their R&D investments from products to programming. See also “How Non-Tech Companies Are Joining the Software Revolution — in Pictures."
- SlideshowDigital technologies are changing the game even in places where you might not expect it, including how pizzas get delivered and how household appliances function. For further insights, read “Software-as-a-Catalyst.”
- Trends spotted by Strategy& suggest that companies in any industry can gain prominence by choosing the right approach.
- s+b BlogsThe robots are nowhere near ready to take over crucial logistics and customer-service functions.
- Instead of relying on points programs and clever marketing, companies have to listen carefully to customers and adapt products and services to their changing expectations.