If your business is growing quicker than you expected – good for you. Do you have a growth strategy in place? Given the fact that a mere 56% of startups survive their first five years of operation, regardless of your niche or sector, if your business is thriving, you could
Building resilient health care supply chains has taken on a new urgency in light of the pandemic. The traditional approach to managing the complex web of organizations, people, activities, information, and resources that supply products and services to consumers has fallen short and left many organizations scrambling. We know that
In the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, companies of all stripes rushed to release statements citing the need for “change” and “solidarity.” A meaningful subset of those companies promised to review internal policies for racial bias, improve hiring practices, or make
AI has the potential to significantly improve the quality and cost of health care. But as companies design new offerings, they must take into account the obstacles they will encounter in persuading customers, regulators, and payers to accept their offerings. This article identifies those obstacles and how specific kinds of
Findings from the Digital Transformation 2020 survey show that companies identified by their executives as well along the road to digital transformation were three times more likely to achieve revenue growth in the last year. This may not seem particularly surprising given the boom we have seen in artificial intelligence, data analytics, and connected technology – all enthusiastically co-opted by industry to drive bottom-line growth.