Companies shouldn’t bottle up digital transformation in any one function.
AI’s largest and most enduring contributions will be in non-technology sectors, and many of them will come from China.
Philipp Gerbert, Martin Reeves, Sam Ransbotham, David Kiron, and Michael Spira
Technology leaders need to take a new approach to regain user trust.
Bala Iyer, Kristen Getchell, and Fritz Fleischmann
Disruption rarely comes out of nowhere — so if you see these key signs, take action to limit your risk.
Megan Beck and Barry Libert
Competitive speed and cheaper apps spell the end to requirements gathering and testing for new tech.
Stephen J. Andriole
Mature companies often lack the vision and the commitment to fully commit to new technologies.
Fernando F. Suarez, James Utterback, Paul von Gruben, and Hye Young Kang
When it comes to patent policies, the U.S. system is not broken — so lawmakers shouldn’t fix it.
David J. Kappos
Companies often struggle to establish and run university partnerships effectively.
Lars Frølund, Fiona Murray, and Max Riedel
It’s not smart to base any part of your strategy on what you see in the rear-view mirror.
A global survey finds that AI is delivering value to companies that use it across operations.