5 Golden Rules for Innovative Leaders

5 Golden Rules for Innovative Leaders

COVID has accelerated that trend such that all companies worldwide, not just the privileged clusters should have to soar past their comfort zones and get creative in their leadership, or otherwise become irrelevant. None of us want that, so, here are some timely tips to stay ahead of the coming innovation tsunami.

Innovation At The Edge

Innovation At The Edge

Return to office should be seamless to uphold the motivation and to endure the productivity boost from the recent WFH setup
Most recent hires don’t feel they belong to the culture and not yet effectively assimilated
Innovation is needed more than ever
Organizations scrambled to respond to WFH. New workflows must be implemented to maintain and support workers’ increased responsibility and authority.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Since the start of the First Industrial Revolution, manufacturing has been the force pushing industrial and societal transformation forward. Today, we’re in the midst of another industrial revolution, as a new generation of sophisticated technologies is transforming manufacturing into a highly connected, intelligent, and ultimately, more
productive industry. The man-powered shop floor of the past is being replaced by smart manufacturing facilities where tech-savvy workers, aided by intelligent robots, are creating the products of the future.

Life Insurance

Life Insurance

Insurers can surely develop a competitive advantage by looking at how leading technology and consumer-product companies accelerate product development and improve customer experience. Our intent here is to support our insurance clients globally in understanding and engaging with their end consumers.

Property & Casualty

Property & Casualty

We live in a transformative age, an age of change. Traditional insurance business models are being challenged by new thinking, new competitors, new ways of working, and new challenges.

Insurers are already under pressure to change now. The next wave of macro and micro changes – global, local, industry, and market-specific – promises increasingly complex risks and new, currently unpredictable demand for effective ways to provide resilience in these uncertain times.