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November 2013—The potential impact of digital technology varies widely by industry, but most enterprise
leaders share an important challenge: how to get beyond the small share of the prize
they are capturing today by looking for impact across the whole value chain.more
November 2013—The evolution of digital technology presents opportunities and threats for all businesses. In this video, McKinsey director Paul Willmott explains how companies can successfully transition to becoming digital enterprises.more
December 2013—Many organizations must face a troubling fact: defending their digital perimeter is not enough. They should assume that successful cyberattacks will occur—and develop an effective plan to mitigate the impact.more
December 2013—Google’s executive chairman expresses optimism about India’s technology sector but urges companies to prioritize domestic excellence over global dominance.more
November 2013—MIT Sloan School of Management professor Yasheng Huang warns of the dangers of India’s reliance on the IT sector for economic growth, calling for regulatory reforms and greater investment in basic services.more
November 2013—Leadership-capacity constraints are undermining many companies’ efforts. New management structures, roles, and divisions of labor can all be part of the solution.
November 2013—By following a few simple principles, leaders can realize the vast potential of social technologies to engage employees and transform organizations.
November 2013—Corporate use of social technologies is mainstream, though the pace of adoption has slowed. But companies can still take advantage of the untapped potential these tools have to transform their organizations and create significant value.more
October 2013—Open data—public information and shared data from private sources—can help create $3 trillion a year of value in seven areas of the global economy.more
September 2013—Paolo Cederle, CEO of Milan-based UniCredit’s new multiservices company, is pushing to make IT and operations work in tandem with the bank’s business divisions to improve the customer experience.more
August 2013—Software has become critical for most large enterprises. They should adopt a reliable output metric that is integrated with the process for gathering application requirements.more
June 2013—Executives at Robert Bosch and McKinsey experts discuss the technology-driven changes that promise to trigger a new industrial revolution.more
July 2013—Five catalysts can reignite the US economy—opportunities in energy, trade, technology, infrastructure, and talent development can add hundreds of billions of dollars to annual GDP and create millions of new jobs by 2020.more
June 2013—CIOs have a key part to play as Chinese enterprises start looking to IT for business growth and global competitiveness.more
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