Rising consumerism: Winning the hearts and minds of health care consumers

Sheryl Coughlin, Jeff Wordham & Ben Jonash

The intersection between rising consumerism and a growing retail orientation in the health care sector presents challenges, some unprecedented, for existing players. We explore three shifts that health…

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IT worker of the future

Catherine Bannister, Judy Pennington & John Stefanchik


Accountability quantified

Daniel Byler, Steve Berman, Vishwa Kolla & William D. Eggers

Digital education 2.0: From content to connections

Dr. Preeta M. Banerjee & Gerald Belson

Integrated next-generation technologies may equip students to continue their education their entire lives, and can address three goals: fortifying student skills, increasing…


Cognitive technology

Tom Davenport

One of the most significant developments in technology in coming years will likely be the use of smart machines—cognitive technologies—to replace human labor.

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(video) Tech Trends 2015 overview

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As business and IT are fused together, a number of emerging trends are transforming “business as usual” across industries, functions, and geographies.

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