Many chemical companies fail to embrace disruptive new technologies at their peril. In this Outlook Video Viewpoint, Pete Frandina, managing director, Accenture Asset and Operations Services, explains why.
Should governments welcome innovative, low-cost digital startups that challenge established industry players? Or rein them in as dangerous insurgents that put jobs at risk, compromise quality and safety, and reduce tax revenues?
The old model of market lifecycles is gone. Today’s market lifecycles are characterized by violent success and then dramatic decline—a shark fin, not a bell curve. Competing requires using digital technology to gain organizational agility, enable innovation and drive profitable growth.
To compete successfully, companies need to break out and leverage an ecosystem that offers new sources of innovation. How? Enter the bridge-maker—connecting multiple organizations, fueling breakthroughs at scale.
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