Reinventing Business Models
For the Future of Work
Organizations that are aggressively adopting new business models to harness the benefits of emerging technologies report higher levels of innovation, lower costs, faster time to market and increased productivity.
Corporations seeking to simultaneously develop both operational efficiencies and greater organizational innovation are now addressing this strategic paradox by creating new business models driven by catalytic emerging technologies.
Most importantly, companies that are actively taking this approach are realizing significantly greater benefits than their peers, according to a recent report by Cognizant Business Consulting and Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.
The report, "The Reinvention of Business: New Operating Models for the
Next-Generation Enterprise", provides a view into how leading adopters of new technologies are developing more flexible business processes and technology infrastructures and building stronger, more fluid connections among employees, customers and suppliers. Such changes are providing these organizations distinctive competitive advantage by enabling new business models.
Key findings include:
- Emerging technologies are driving new ways of organizing and operating businesses.
- These new technologies make it easier for companies to respond to today's dynamic business climate.
- As technology becomes embedded in more industries' products, services and delivery channels, the distinction between buyers and sellers of IT is becoming much less distinct.
Find out how leading organizations are developing new operating models for harnessing the benefits of catalytic emerging technologies.
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