The fortnight thus far
Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days, once every 15 days.
Feb 15, 2021
How do you Manage a Business Ecosystem?
<15% of business ecosystems are sustainable in the long run and the most prevalent reason for failure is a weakness in the governance model. Many companies that try to build their ecosystem struggle to realize this potential. So, how to orchestrate the best governance model for your ecosystem?
[ BCG > Full report here:
The Future of Movement of Goods
Meeting tomorrow’s rising demand will require supply chain partners to rethink collaboration to bring efficiency to the network. While industry pain points might seem insurmountable, there is hope. Know more about the 3 success factors that can help organizations succeed in the transportation segment.
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
Future of Small & Medium Business Commercial Insurance
The impacts of COVID-19 has heightened the need amongst SMBs for targeted and tailored cover. About 59% of consumers said they were financially comfortable, thus representing a growth opportunity for insurers to make new in-roads in the segment. What does the future hold for SME commercial insurance?
[ KPMG > Full report here :
The Global Economic Impact of 5G
The adoption of 5G will add US$ 1.3 Tn to global GDP by 2030. More than 80% of the economic potential appears to lie in healthcare applications. Know more about the economic impact of 5G on healthcare, smart utilities, and other industries globally.
[ PwC > Full report here:
Four Lessons in Cloud Sourcing and Consumption
While the benefits of cloud platforms are plentiful, many enterprises are facing challenges in capturing the value in reality. Around 80% of enterprises consider managing cloud spend a challenge. The onus is on the enterprises to maintain a real-time view of their needs. Explore 4 crucial ways on how enterprises can derive value from the cloud.
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
The Ultimate Supply Chain Balancing Act
A sharp rise in online sales (~30%) has magnified the problems of aging distribution networks. “How can we meet growing customer demands now, without a massive investment in new distribution facilities?” A question we hear all the time. Here are how retailers can rapidly improve speed, efficiency, and responsiveness by making the most of existing assets.
[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:
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