The future of higher education

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Strategy & Organization October 2016

The future of higher education

Transforming the students of tomorrow

The global Higher Education (HE) market is transforming rapidly, with nine major trends changing the educational landscape over the next 15 years and posing challenges for universities that wish to remain competitive. [...]

Time to dare: Reinvent the home butler

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TIME October 2016

Time to dare: Reinvent the home butler

From device-based smart-home to service-based smart-life solutions

After years of decline, telecom operators are being lured by promising opportunities around the smart-home. [...]

Dispute Resolution Support Services

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Energy & Utilities October 2016

Dispute Resolution Support Services

Contractual, commercial and technical expertise in the global energy industry

The senior members of our Dispute Resolution Support team have worked on the commercial and technical aspects of the global energy industry since the 1970s. [...]

Innovation Quest for Telecom Operators

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TIME October 2016

Innovation Quest for Telecom Operators

The heat is on!

The topic of innovation is not new to telecom companies per se. They have been among the first to introduce corporate accelerators, launch corporate venture capital arms, and introduce a variety of corresponding managerial roles. However, realizing value from these innovation efforts have proved elusive. Today, professional investors shy away from start-ups whose business models build on telco collaboration, focusing instead on those disrupting the slow-moving giants. [...]

Digital Inclusion in public services

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Public Services, Technology & Innovation Management September 2016

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. [...]

The Truck Industry in the Middle East

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Automotive, Strategy & Organization September 2016

The Truck Industry in the Middle East

Strategic growth opportunities in an underestimated region

Conventional wisdom in the truck industry is that the Middle East is mostly a budget-truck market, with a strong presence of Chinese manufacturers - but the reality is different. [...]

Procurement 4.0 in the digital world

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Operations Management September 2016

Procurement 4.0 in the digital world

Transforming procurement into an agile, linked innovation leader and catalyst

The world is changing: decreasing levels of in-house value-add and increasing speed of market and technological changes require procurement to transform into an agile, linked innovation leader and real-time, integrated supply-chain manager. [...]

Risk September 2016

Escalating fines for safety offences

Since the introduction of new sentencing guidelines in February 2016, UK companies have seen much larger fines for health and safety violations [...]

The future of diesel engines

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Automotive, Strategy & Organization July 2016

The future of diesel engines

Diesel market share will stay above 50% in medium-upper car segments

Limits on emissions in the automotive sector are expected to become even more stringent in the future, with the US and EU leading the regulation pattern. [...]

How to unlock the hidden value of the customer?

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Automotive, Strategy & Organization July 2016

How to unlock the hidden value of the customer?

Capturing maximum customer spending through dynamic pricing and bundling

In the last two decades all OEMs have found new space for growth by leveraging additional revenue streams thataddressed downstream business and ancillary products and services. They realized that even though they were massivelyinvesting in marketing and sales activities that attempted to influence consumer perceptions in order to generate salesopportunities, they were achieving only 40% of customer spending. [...]

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