The self-optimizing network enterprise arrives

Download the article to read all the content on which this summary is based.

Most enterprises have traditionally operated as top-down-driven, centrally planned economies. Increasingly, however, a new wave of start-ups are basing their approach more around managed marketplaces that deliver services efficiently and cost effectively, often in a very disruptive manner, by using existing assets.

Read the full article to discover how emerging technologies, such as blockchains and machine learning, can be deployed to facilitate self-organizing markets. And how existing enterprises can make use of this technology to blend traditional organizational tools with crowdsourced infrastructure and labor.

The article was written by:

Paul R Brody
Global Blockchain Innovation Leader, Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP, US

EY refers to one or more of the member firms of Ernst & Young Global Limited (EYG), a UK private company limited by guarantee. EYG is the principal governance entity of the global EY organization and does not provide any service to clients. Services are provided by EYG member firms. Each of EYG and its member firms is a separate legal entity and has no liability for another such entity's acts or omissions. Certain content on this site may have been prepared by one or more EYG member firms