Realign your business model for automation and talent challenges
Realign your business model for automation and talent challenges
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Realign your business model for automation and talent challenges

KPMG's 3Q18 Global Insights Pulse Survey explores the impact of intelligent automation on next-generation operating models

The desire to fully take advantage of cloud and other emerging technologies has led organizations to increasingly revisit their operating models and holds profound implications for the ways in which they should approach operating model redesign.

While cost savings remains a top priority for both operating model redesign and enterprises as a whole, the advent of digital technologies finally presents a host of opportunities to also implement an agile operating model, enabling value-added services in support of an organization’s business model.

Enterprises often struggle with defining and implementing the operating model end-state they would like to achieve. Successful operating model redesign must holistically consider people, processes, technologies, data, and governance.

Despite its recognized importance, operating model redesign efforts must often contend with insufficient executive management support, insufficient funding, and a lack of resources.

Today's conversation is shifting to how do I use new technologies not to drive just cost optimization but value, and how do I reorganize as I integrate these technologies?
Anshul Varma, Managing Director, Advisory, KPMG in the U.S.
Realign your business model for automation and talent challenges
KPMG's 3Q18 Global Insights Pulse Survey report explores the impact of intelligent automation on next-generation operating models

 

Read the 3Q18 report to explore these topics:

  • Operating model changes to address business challenges
  • The impact of technology on operating model redesign
  • Operating model redesign goals and challenges
  • Actions to consider