In a new survey, executives say senior-leader involvement and the right organizational structure are critical factors in how successful a company’s analytics efforts are, even more important than its technical capabilities or tools.
The tone of corporate conversations about big data continues to shift from initial excitement to expecting long-term business impact.
Over the past four years, executives have not only become better educated about the technology behind big data, but have fully embraced the relevance of data to their corporate strategy and competitive success. It could be said that most companies are experiencing their "data adolescence", increasingly rising to the challenge of executing and delivering against the promise and potential of big data.
At this year’s South by Southwest Interactive conference, Amazon announced the integration of Capital One’s banking service with their voice-controlled speaker and digital assistant, Echo. Consumers can check their balance, pay their bills and track their spending by simply talking to Alexa, the voice service on the device. To ensure that the service is secure, …
Innovation is restructuring the travel industry—driven for now by tech companies and venture-backed start-ups. In response, travel suppliers need to develop new capabilities, such as managing data effectively and breaking down data silos, and learn to work with others, including intermediaries, competitors, and new entrants.
Just as the boomer generation remade careers and relationships as they moved through mid-life, they are now defying popular perceptions of aging. This is the overarching conclusion from a December 2015 study of the 50+ market that the Innovation Group conducted with Sonar™, J. Walter Thompson’s proprietary research unit. The results, gleaned from 250 adults …
Over the past decade, BCG has surveyed senior executives around the world to assess the state of innovation. Explore the shifting patterns in BCG’s annual list of companies that global innovation executives see as the most innovative.
Trends and innovation are also moving at breakneck speed, powered by an engaged, sophisticated, curious global consumer. The Future 100 takes a snapshot of emerging trends for 2016, spanning culture, tech and innovation, travel and hospitality, brands and marketing, food and drink, beauty, retail, health, lifestyle, and luxury.
Gartner, Inc. has revealed its top strategic predictions for 2016 and beyond. Gartner's top predictions for 2016 look at the digital future, at an algorithmic and smart machine-driven world where people and machines must define harmonious relationships.
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