Roche, the Swiss pharmaceuticals giant, is caught in a race against time. After making a big bet on breakthrough drugs and personalized medicine, the company has spent much of the last 18 months thinking ahead to the challenges that machine learning and artificial intelligence pose to a traditional, integrated pharmaceutical business model.
Most people associate Philips with internet-connected LED lightbulbs you can control with your smart phone. Few know that the company is connecting millions of medical devices and driving adoption of the internet of things (IOT) in hospitals and outpatient settings. Students of TOM and disruptive technologies will want to read on to learn more!
Michelin's journey from selling tires to selling outcomes.
If used wisely and smart, the digital transformation does not necessarily mean the death for newspaper companies. The New York Times is a great example to show how a newspaper company can turn a threat into an opportunity and a great chance to improve.
One of the most polemic businesses in the world, Walmart is loved by consumers with limited budget, hated and feared by small business and seen as indispensable by many industries that sell almost their entire inventory to the company. Now, Walmart is engaging is environment-friendly initiatives. Are you skeptical about it?
An inspirational story of someone who dropped out of Princeton college, spent 12 years as a monk in India, came back into the work force only to take low paying jobs such as a taxi driver, laborer and after a few other stints, launched 5 hour energy – one of the largest selling packaged consumer products.
U logo – “trust mark of sustainable living?”
The harmonious alignment of business and operating models in the world of craft beers.
How Disney’s innovative operations management translates into magical experiences for customers, and large profits for the company
Spirit's ultra low cost operations and crappy customer service yield surprising financial dividends