Tom Groppe

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Give Billions of People Better Medical Care

But computers evolved: They got smaller and faster and cheaper and better, until there was one on every desktop – then in every college kid’s …

Ten Ideas from Oliver Wyman

Sell Insurance on Demand

This makes insurance policies complex, with many inclusions and exclusions. It makes them expensive to sell, because a specialized advisor must walk …

Drive New Business Models

The global economy is stalling. But a transformation under way in the auto industry to "connected cars" is creating a golden opportunity for auto …

Remake Media Metrics in the Middle East

In mature advertising markets, reliable, granular, and almost real-time one-minute ratings captured through automatic TV Audience Measurement (TAM) …

Increase the Returns on the Risks You Take

Boards and senior management teams must develop risk appetite frameworks that can support risk governance, performance management, and major …

Go Green, Boost Profits

Our research shows that companies in countries that are members of the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development can boost their annual …

Treat data as a competitive weapon

What’s perhaps less obvious is the fact that any enterprise that gets the right data into the hands of decision makers can make thousands of daily …

Turn Volatile Commodity Prices to Your Advantage

Commodity price swings are the second-largest driver of earnings uncertainty at publicly-traded companies, following macroeconomic factors. Nearly …

Launch a New Financial Information Industry

Citibank’s early forays into the business of information failed. Nevertheless, Wriston was right. Information businesses within financial services …

When Risks Collide

Economic losses from severe weather events worldwide have soared to $ 1.4 trillion in the last ten years, up from $387 billion in the 1980s, …