We present reports on theme-based events stemming from key issues that are of concern to business leaders. We discuss the impact of digital transformation and trends sweeping different industries, together with scenarios describing related initiatives being undertaken by Fujitsu. You can gain further insights from the results of our surveys assessing the challenges surrounding digital transformation.
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June 28, 2022
How should organizations redesign new ways of working in the future? From Fujitsu and HSM Advisory joint survey, we will introduce the current challenges, opportunities, and best practices in hybrid work along with examples.
During the pandemic, companies were required to digitalize workstyles quickly. We have simulated which additions are necessary to proceed into the coming era of hybrid workstyles.
5G is one of the key digital infrastructure technologies that support digital transformation. As enterprise adoption gains momentum, we analyze 5G deployment challenges and use case success factors and recommend the most appropriate models for Enterprise 5G.
Technology has the power to help us solve the world’s most difficult challenges, transforming societies for the better. We introduce five exciting visions of technology innovation.
How will business and society change in the future? We introduce transformation scenarios in manufacturing, consumer experience, healthy living, public services and cities, and business management.
Aside from the huge disruption caused by the pandemic, we also face many long-term societal challenges, from climate change to an ageing population. We explain how our purpose and commitment to responsible business will help to build a more sustainable world.
COVID-19 has had a huge global impact on social and economic activity. Based on our recent survey and discussions with business leaders, we share the five trends that will shape the future.
Our survey, conducted among 1,200 CxOs and decision makers in 9 countries, has revealed how organizations responded to the pandemic and what business priorities would be in the post-pandemic world.
How should business leaders envision the future and navigate a course to success in uncertain times? We discussed with the futurist Amy Webb.
The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted the global supply chain. This article analyzes how we can rebuild a robust supply chain to prepare for future crisis.
How will our lifestyles and workstyles change in the new normal? Let’s rethink the future of digital mobility.
Manufacturing makes people's lives and work convenient and comfortable. As the market changes rapidly, we will consider future manufacturing strategies to respond quickly to customer needs.
Does digital transformation have a positive impact not only on business but also on society? Our survey, conducted among 900 CxOs and decision makers in 9 countries has revealed the reality.
The rise of digitally-instrumented ecosystems leads to a new way of thinking about strategy. Fujitsu introduces the importance of digital ecosystems in collaboration with Rita McGrath and Ryan McManus.
Values and behavior of consumers are rapidly changing. Retailers need to shift from the conventional supplier centric model to a human centric model. Fujitsu identifies five key factors that have a major impact to the industry's future and proposes how Fujitsu helps retailers transform their business with digital technologies.
To generate innovation, how can we build a truly human centric organization that leverages the creativity of people? How can we put that into practice at large Japanese companies? We discussed this theme with Professor Linda A. Hill, Harvard Business School, and Akira Fukabori, who leads the Avatar project at ANA Holdings.
As the digital age unfolds and the pace of change quickens, we face about the true benefits of technology and the practices and motives of technology companies. Executive Discussion Evening series, titled, “Are We Running Out of Trust? Power and Responsibility in a Digital Age” was held in March 2019 in London, and there was a lively discussion.
How should we respond to hard ethical questions posed by digital technologies? Professor Michael Sandel and eight panelists lively discussed the ethical challenges related to personal data and AI, as well as the responsibility of corporations in society.
In today's complex world, rebuilding trust is the central issue to create a better future. Fujitsu conducted a survey to clarify how business leaders perceive trust and to reveal success factors and organizational abilities for digital transformation.
Describing a vision for the future of digitalized mobility services, and shows how it remains uniquely positioned to realize the co-creation of new mobility services, particularly in the auto industry and adjacent industries.
It has been said that the automotive industry’s 20th-century business model will soon become obsolete. How will automakers deal with this change and develop new growth strategies?
How can business leaders spot and deal with inflection points in their industries before it's too late? As digital transformation disrupts industries, incumbent companies face growing uncertainties. How can executives read the signs of change in their industries and react in time to create opportunities?
Digital technologies empower every individual to work more creatively and innovate. Cities will be the platform for innovation. In the era everyone becoming a creator, can people reinvent cities?
Questioned 1,535 CxOs and decision-makers and the results not only reveal the current digital state of play across the globe but also offer a guide to the critical success factors for real digital transformation - the kind that leads to a step change in business success.
According to Fujitsu's global survey, finance companies are the most advanced when it comes to digitalization and they responded that 29% of their projects had already achieved business outcomes. With the advance of digital transformation, many companies are actively moving from all directions into the banking business space.
Digital technologies radically change the way companies do business. Those businesses that fail to adapt will fall behind. How can organizations set out their new growth strategies? How can they leverage open innovation for this purpose?
"Most innovations fail. And companies that don't innovate die." ― The first researcher to systematically develop the concept of open innovation, Henry Chesbrough tells what is open innvation.
The 100-year life. What kind of life can you imagine should you live to be 100 years old? How do people prepare for it? Lynda Gratton gave a short speech to illustrate key points in the era of the 100-year life.
Disruptive business models are shaking traditional business ecosystems. What should Japanese companies learn from Silicon Valley? Need to develop disruptive ideas of new business models leveraging both existing and new technologies.
Not since the digital revolution ushered in by personal computers and the internet has the world seen the type of transformative change that such new technologies as artificial intelligence, big data and the Internet of Things promise. These and other technologies together make up the so-called fourth industrial revolution, which is bringing about the convergence of the digital and physical worlds - and having broad implications for our daily lives.
Famed management guru Peter Drucker called for companies to become more entrepreneurial and to develop their human resources. Are Japanese companies up to the task?
Many businesses and organizations are implementing digital transformation and delivering outcomes. Fujitsu conducted the global digital transformation survey and received responses from 1,600 of business leaders across 15 countries. This survey revealed that many businesses and organizations are not only implementing digital transformation, but also achieving business outcomes.
Digital technology is fundamentally changing our everyday lives, society, and industry. What kind of strategies should business leaders take to survive in this disruptive time?
About half of children born today are expected to live over 100 years. Meanwhile, people have to find new ways to interact with rapidly advancing artificial intelligence and robots. What are the best strategies for facing the challenges of longer lives? What will be the priorities of enterprises and society?