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Procurement 4.0 in the digital world

Transforming procurement into an agile, linked innovation leader and catalyst

In the digital world procurement will increase its corporate value as an innovation "catalyst" by linking essential external knowledge and competencies with internal business partners to ensure technology and market leadership of the own enterprise, despite decreasing in-house value-add and related...
Digital company transformation, Operations management

Digital Inclusion in public services

Enhancing digital literacy, skills and inclusion in public services

Despite investments and efforts, the performance in “connectivity” of different European regions is not homogenous. Moreover, our analysis shows two meaningful trends: first, the more confident individuals are with technology, the more they interact online with public authorities; second, the more...
Public services, Digital company transformation

Setting objectives and measuring digitalization in

It’s time to re-examine the facts and adjust the course

Financial companies are investing in digitalization to improve operational costs and meet client expectations, but few can claim success. In this viewpoint we argue that a vast majority of companies seem to have started digitalizing themselves aimlessly, with no clear objectives of how they want to...
Financial services, Digital company transformation

Defining the digital organization

Implications of digital transformation on the organization of financial institutions

Digital transformation is one of the most important changes that the financial industry faces these days. This transformation radically changes how banks and insurance companies interact with their clients, what products are offered, how they operate internally, and where and how value is created....
Organization & transformation, Digital company transformation

Digital Transformation

How to become Digital Leader

As part of an international cross-industry study, Arthur D. Little has considered the digital maturity of more than 100 European companies from seven industries in detail and systematically assessed them. The Arthur D. Little Digital Transformation Index (DTI) shows that few firms can be considered...
Technology & innovation management, Digital company transformation, Information management

Future of Operations in the digital world

Industry 4.0: CEOs’ master plan for driving the race in performance excellence

Industry 4.0: CEOs’ master plan for driving the race in performance excellenceIndustry 4.0 and the related new technologies, such as the “Internet of Things”, “cyber-physical systems” and “additive manufacturing”, will drive radical performance improvements in terms of cost and customer excitement...
Digital company transformation, Operations management

Succeeding with Digital Health

Winning Offerings and Digital Transformation

This is an invitation to new players to enter the market and it will disrupt existing business models. Established pharma and healthcare companies are urged to take part in this attractive development. Arthur D. Little has elaborated nine principles to gear digital offerings to success.
Healthcare & life sciences, Digital company transformation

Impact of Digital Health on the Pharmaceutical Industry

Will Business Models be Reshaped by Digital Health?

This is the result of a global survey conducted in the Pharmaceutical industry by Arthur D. Little and the Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT) to capture the current thinking and the expectations regarding the transformative impact of Digital Health.
Healthcare & life sciences, Digital company transformation

Digital Pharma - Responding to Challenges and Opportunities

Innovation has always been one of the foundations for success in the pharmaceutical industry. While the sector has been very good at developing innovation from scratch or incremental innovation of existing products, it now faces an ultimately different challenge ╨ dealing with disruptive innovation...
Healthcare & life sciences, Digital company transformation

The “Chief Digital Dilemma”

The thin red line between the success and failure of the chief digital officer… and the need for the role

Often the issue is in the set-up of the role. By clearly defining the scope and responsibilities of such an entity, companies might find that they don’t even need a separate position.
Technology & innovation management, Digital company transformation