Rather Capitalizing On Their Data To Expand Capabilities, Spur Innovation, And Enhance Growth, Insurance Companies Are Still Striving To Make Data More Accessible, Shareable, And Actionable

Key Messages Insurers often tend to treat and quantify data as a short-term expense managed for individual functions or projects, rather than as a strategic asset that should be continually nurtured for long-term, enterprise-wide gains. Siloed systems, talent gaps, and risk management challenges, are among a multitude of possible obstacles

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Cloud Innovation Strategy: Four Potential Circumstances For Future Of Cloud Innovation Programs In Any Organizations

Cloud innovation programs have competing priorities across the c-suite. Organizations can better align business outcomes with technical requirements and gain economies of scale across these programs with scenario thinking. Introduction What if a large hospital system could aggregate all of its data for opioid prescriptions – how many milligrams were

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Innovation Contests: How To Avoid Innovation Contests Pitfalls And Raise Overall Level Of Creativity

In 1714, the British government offered a cash prize to anyone who could devise a practical method of determining longitude at sea. In more recent times, open innovation contests have tackled challenges ranging from the silly (Frito-Lay’s Crash the Super Bowl campaigns invited consumers to shoot a funny Doritos commercial)

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Indulgence And Innovation: Luxury Branding In A Post Luxury World

The Definition Of ‘Luxury Branding’ Is Changing. In the past, luxury used to be all about pleasure, exclusivity and opulence. Now, modern consumers, like the millennial generation, have begun to see the traditional concept of ‘luxury’ in a negative light. Extravagance is overrated. Today’s shoppers think differently about the items,

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