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Addressing digital transformation project challenges | Sopheon


trillion by 2026. Regardless of industry, digital transformation projects are a top priority today. According to IDC , global digital transformation spending will grow to an estimated $3.4 Digital transformations are necessary, but they’re also painful. And they fail at a rate of about 70%, according to McKinsey.

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First fossil-fuel-free steel produced in Sweden [Innovation highlight]

Idea to Value

This was sent to Volvo for a trial and should begin commercial-scale production in 2026. But now a Swedish company called Hybrit (Hydrogen Breakthrough Ironmaking Technology) has produced the first batch of what they say is the world’s first commercial steel created using hydrogen instead of carbon.


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Exploring the Global Smart Cities Market: Software Opportunities

Tullio Siragusa

Exploring the Global Smart Cities Market: Software Opportunities According to recent market research reports, the global smart cities market is expected to reach a size of over $2 trillion by 2026, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 10%. The region is expected to see a CAGR of around 8% through 2026.

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On the Pressing Need to Implement Telehealth Solutions Into Your Patient-Care Model

Business and Tech

Data from Insight Sourcing Group shows that revenues are in decline — and annual growth expectations are expected to diminish to less than 3% from 2023 through 2026. In 2023, pandemic-related worries are becoming more and more mitigated, yet labor shortages and supply/equipment limitations still beleaguer the healthcare industry.

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Selective universities won’t be disrupted

Christensen Institute

Never mind that the real demographic “cliff” with fewer 18-year-olds—particularly in the Northeast and Midwest—doesn’t begin until 2026. Since then, many have suggested that we were wrong because there hasn’t been a cataclysmic cliff yet. For some, their evidence is that the top 200 schools seem largely intact.

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Crowdsourced Innovation: Three Things I Learned


Since then, that number has continuously fallen to a lifespan of 20 years in 1990 and is expected to fall to 14 years by 2026. According to the 2019 Crowdsourced Innovation Report , a company has an average lifespan of 33 years in the Fortune 500 in 1965.

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Examining the State of Crowdsourced Innovation in 2019


By the year 2026, forecasters expect that the average length of time spent on the Fortune 500 will be 14 years. World-class corporations spend less time at the top than they once did. Fifty years ago, a company on the Fortune 500 list could expect to stay there for 33 years, but by 1990, that tenure had shrunk to 20 years.