Machine learning is disrupting Zensar's business model in the short term but also creating significant opportunities over the medium and long term
In an effort to come back from its multi-year slump, H&M is turning to machine-learning. Is machine-learning the answer to H&M’s problems and is it too late?
As traditional retail banks catch up to Goldman Sachs’ success with online savings bank Marcus, public open innovation facilitated by a dedicated App Store could build upon Goldman's internal innovation to unlock the next generation of retail banking.
Mattel turning around their business using digital innovation, focusing on machine learning for their unique product development
Can a 90-year old company learn to behave like a start-up? Slow growth, ever-changing consumer tastes and the rise of digitally native upstarts are threatening the traditional consumer-packaged goods industry. Unilever’s significant investment in open innovation intends to challenge this trend by collaborating with start-ups to infuse new ideas and practices into the company.
Since 1998, LEGO has been leading the way in Open Innovation – finding success in sourcing new ideas from an active online community of dedicated LEGO fans. Twenty years later, how can the iconic brick behemoth continue to harness the excitement of their passionate consumers to stay successful in the competitive and challenging toy and games arena?
Demand for applying digitization and machine learning to current operations has increased significantly for manufacturing companies today. Can one company expand its reach to help all industries reach their goal of digital transformation?
The iconic toymaker LEGO Group faces a crisis in the mid-2000s as increased competition and changing consumer habits threaten its business. Turning to its passionate customers, LEGO uses open innovation to reimagine its product development process and catalyze radical change within the company.
This post explores the steps Pfizer is taking to digitize its supply chain in order to better respond to evolving pharmaceutical industry dynamics, customer needs, and regulatory requirements.
Rolls-Royce is the current marker leader in the wide-body aircraft segment. The intense competition in the market results in manufacturers willing to sell their products without profit, but capture significant value from the MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) business driven by digital data. As a result, digital technologies not only transform Rolls-Royce’s product supply chain from initial concept to aircraft delivery, but also the company’s service offerings and aftermarket supply chain. Now the question is how can Rolls-Royce develop its existing workforce to be more adaptable, change-ready and digitally savvy?