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What AI can and can’t do (yet) for your business

– Artificial intelligence is a moving target. Here’s how to take better aim.
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Why digital strategies fail

– Most digital strategies don’t reflect how digital is changing economic fundamentals, industry dynamics, or what it means... to compete. Companies should watch out for five pitfalls.

The future of connectivity: Enabling the Internet of Things

– With new connectivity technologies unlocking opportunities along the IoT value chain, companies must create detailed plans to... harness their potential.

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Organizational health: A fast track to performance improvement

– Working on health works. It’s good for your people and for your bottom line.

The art of project leadership: Delivering the world’s largest projects

– Four mind-sets and eight leadership practices distinguish successful leaders of ultralarge projects.

Tackling infrastructure’s digital frontier

– Once at the forefront of innovation, construction now lags behind in the adoption of new technologies. But the industry is at... a tipping point. We spoke with executives from Atkins, Siemens, and RIB Software at GII 2017 about how they’re embracing the disruptive potential of digitization.

Urban commercial transport and the future of mobility

– Commercial traffic clogs city streets, contributes to pollution, and drives up the cost of doing business. But there are many... ways to do better.
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Learning innovation in the digital age

– As the workplace changes, so must education and training. Exciting experiments are under way—but are they enough?

How a digital factory can transform company culture

– Companies are beginning to use digital factories as incubators of more agile ways of working, often filtering the best attributes... of the factory culture back to the larger organization.

Human + machine: A new era of automation in manufacturing

– New technologies are opening a new era in automation for manufacturers—one in which humans and machines will increasingly... work side by side.

Merge to grow: Realizing the full commercial potential of your merger

– Companies can protect existing, and drive new, revenue by focusing on seven activities.

Customers’ lives are digital—but is your customer care still analog?

– Digital customer care is still new territory for many companies. They can learn a lot from the natives.

The expanding role of design in creating an end-to-end customer experience

– Lines between products, services, and user environments are blurring. The ability to craft an integrated customer experience will... open enormous opportunities to build new businesses.

Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road?

– As cars achieve initial self-driving thresholds, some supporters insist that fully autonomous cars are around the corner. But... the technology tells a (somewhat) different story.

Security in the Internet of Things

– Security issues may represent the greatest obstacle to growth of the Internet of Things. How can semiconductor companies help... resolve them?

Mining for growth

– Mining companies are heading to the ends of the earth to meet demand.

What’s new with the Internet of Things?

– Adoption of the Internet of Things is proceeding more slowly than expected, but semiconductor companies can help accelerate growth... through new technologies and business models.

Design for value and growth in a new world

– Customer choice has never been greater, so terrific design is essential for outstanding products and services—and to build... lasting customer relationships.
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How to counter three threats to growth in Latin America

– The region needs to remove obstacles to competitiveness, pursue digitization, raise skills, and improve economic fundamentals.

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