As technology advancements continue to accelerate at an unprecedented rate - dramatically disrupting the workforce - companies that equip employees, partners and consumers with new skills can fully capitalise on these innovations.
Those that do will have unmatched capabilities to continuously create fresh ideas, develop cutting-edge products and services, and disrupt the status quo.
The Accenture Technology Vision 2016 investigates five trends behind a ‘people-first’ approach: Intelligent automation, liquid workforces, the platform economy, predictable disruption and digital trust.
Explore the Executive Summary and trends for 2016:
Every year, the Technology Vision team partners with Accenture Research to pinpoint the emerging IT developments that will have the greatest impact on companies, government agencies, and other organizations in the next three to five years. The research process began during 2015 with gathering inputs from the Technology Vision External Advisory Board, a group comprising more than two dozen experienced individuals from the public and private sectors, academia, venture capital, and entrepreneurial companies. In addition, the Technology Vision team conducted interviews with technology luminaries and industry experts, as well as with nearly 100 Accenture business leaders.
Managing Director Accenture Technology Australia & New Zealand
Australian Perspective Executive Summary
Digital culture shock is being felt all around Australia and the world. Organisations, public and private, are not just adopting new technology—they have always done that—they are facing up to a revolution in commerce, industry and society. And it’s only just getting started.