BRUSSELS; May 17, 2011– Even as many European economies continue to struggle with job losses, high levels of public debt and the fallout from the recent global financial crisis, a new study by The Government of the Future Centre, a partnership among Accenture, College of Europe and Lisbon Council has identified public policy actions governments can take to significantly increase growth rates, create jobs and drive economic recovery.
NEW YORK; Nov. 30, 2010 – High performing information technology (IT) departments at large companies have hit the ground running following the recent economic downturn, recalibrating their efforts to drive more business value from IT, and leaving their less adroit counterparts playing catch-up, according to new research from Accenture.
DAVOS, Switzerland; Jan. 26, 2010 – A combination of intensified globalization brought on by recent turbulence in the global economy and the acceleration of new information technologies is driving companies and governments to look for new business models to meet increased demands for efficiency, competitiveness, short-term agility and long-term growth. This is one of the key findings of a study released today by Accenture (NYSE: ACN) at the World Economic Forum.
BEIJING; Dec. 8, 2008 – As China continues to move forward after 30 years of economic reform and opening up its markets to the world, China’s high-performance businesses are well prepared to enter a challenging new era as the economic environment toughens and their low-cost advantages diminish, according to findings from Accenture’s 2008 High Performance Business China Research.
The quest to contain spending on information technology (IT) frequently backfires, forcing companies and governments to instead increase expenditures on IT maintenance, repairs and other unproductive practices, according to the results of a global study released today by Accenture (NYSE: ACN).
Accenture has introduced a new measurement technique to help organizations determine where to invest their human capital expenditures and identify the impact those investments have on their bottom-line results.
Implementing the right idea at the right time can be the difference between success or failure for even large, established companies, according to a new book by Thomas Davenport, director of the Accenture Institute for Strategic Change, and Laurence Prusak, a management consultant and researcher.
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