With the crisis phase of COVID-19 passing, how are companies adjusting corporate strategies and priorities to address intensified business risk and disruption? How are they setting transformation strategies to ensure long-term business success and profitability in the face of rapidly evolving business models, new technology adoption, environmental concerns, socio-economic issues, and political uncertainty? We surveyed
While there is plenty of negative news around COVID-19, have there been any positive impacts on engineering education? Interestingly, a silver lining of the pandemic has been an acceleration of academic digitalization. In this episode of Siemens Innovation in the Classroom, Dora Smith discusses these trends with Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher and Sirin Tekinay, Dean of the College
Have procurement organizations re-focused digital transformation investments due to COVID-19? Yes. Priorities are radically different, as the research shows behind Roadmap – COVID-19 and Digital Transformation: Unique Research Into Investment Priorities. What has changed is that companies are more focused on creating abilities to work remotely, connect, see, and analyze what’s going on in supply.
How are companies adjusting their strategies to survive COVID-19 disruption without losing sight of long-term business sustainability? Read our survey of over 190 companies to find out how they are prioritizing limited resources to maintain focus on success factors including: Addressing changing business models Adopting new technology Protecting the environment Please enjoy the summary* below.
How can schools best prepare today’s STEM students to close the engineering skills gap so that new graduates are ready for the real world? Tech-Clarity’s research report, “How Academia Can Close the Engineering Skills Gap in the Age of Digitalization” explores this question. This research shares a global perspective on what colleges and universities are