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Read more on how our studies on "The Work Ahead" provide digital viewpoints of European businesses, identify ways in which digital technologies will enable workplace and work process innovation, and analyze the magnitude of digital on the region's future economic performance.
Read more on how our research and insights on "The Work Ahead" have uncovered a “digital dichotomy” among Asia Pacific businesses and the practical scenarios that leaders must heed to succeed in the digital economy.
In this edition of our series, we report on critical technology trends that businesses must embrace—quickly—to succeed in the digital age.
Learn how insights from our "The Work Ahead" series help business leaders turbocharge operational efficiency and propel massive revenue growth and cost savings by digitizing the processes at the heart of their companies.
Read our research and insights on "The Work Ahead" for banking and financial services, which shows how these businesses are spending more—and gaining more—from digital than the cross-industry average.
Learn more on how "The Work Ahead" shows the digital way forward for the healthcare industry. For healthcare payers and providers, the digital revolution offers a powerful prescription for transforming an industry value chain in need of drastic modernization.
This installment of our Work Ahead series focuses on the insurance industry. According to our research, insurers are well aware of digital change; those that choose to move past their inherently risk-averse and change-resistant natures will reap rewards measuring in the trillions for the entire industry.
In this installment of our Work Ahead series, we focus on the impact of digital transformation on the life sciences industry and what it will take to transform an industry value chain in need of drastic modernization.
In this edition of our series, we look at the new digital economics of manufacturing, as well as the ways in which new digital skills and technologies will enable manufacturers to innovate new work and work processes.
In this installment of our Work Ahead series, we look at the new digital economics of the M&E industry, as well as the ways in which leadership and strategy—from linking customer interfaces to operational core functions to preparing for the advent of the “experience economy”—will enable M&E leaders to innovate work in an increasingly digital future.
In this installment of our Work Ahead series, we focus on the impact of digital transformation on the retail industry and the surprisingly wide gap in how digital leaders and laggards perceive the digital future and are approaching the necessary changes to succeed.
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Founder, Center for the Future of Work
VP, Director, Center for the Future of Work
AVP, Center for the Future of Work
AVP, Center for the Future of Work, EMEA
Senior Director, Center for the Future of Work